March 09, 2018 08:06 PM

Chandigarh (J.S.Kaler)

Punjab Chief  Minister Captain Amarinder Singh and Local Body , Tourism and culture Minister. Navjot Singh Sidhu  has expressed grief over the death of noted Sufi Singer Ustad Pyare Lal Wadali, the younger brother of Ustad Puran Chand Wadali.

The Chief Minister described the demise of Pyare Lal Wadali, who passed away this morning at a private hospital at Amritsar following a cardiac arrest, as a personal, as well as a loss for the world of Sufi music.

In his condolence message, Captain Amarinder Singh described Pyare Lal Wadali as a trendsetter in Sufi singing, and added that with his death, a void had been created in the lives of Sufi music lovers across the world.

The Chief Minister extended his sympathies to Puran Chand Wadali and other members of the family, with a prayer to the Almighty to give them courage to bear this irreparable loss and grant eternal peace to the departed soul.

Meanwhile Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister, Punjab, Mr. Navjot Singh Sidhu has expressed deep shock over the demise of the world famous Sufi singer Pyare Lal Wadali. In a statement here today, deeply condoling the demise of the Sufi and Punjabi Folk traditional singer, Mr. Sidhu said that Pyare Lal Wadali was an exceptional singer devoted to the mother tongue Punjabi and his sad demise has left a deep void in the Punjabi Sufi singing arena. Pyare Lal along with his elder brother Puran Chand Wadali scaled the pinnacle of Sufi and Traditional Punjabi Singing. The minister prayed to the almighty to grant peace to the departed soul and courage to the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss. 
In the meantime Chairman of Punjab Kala Parishad Dr. Surjit Patar while condoling the demise of Pyare Lal Wadali termed it a big loss to Sufi Singing, Art and Culture Field.
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