PESHAWAR (APP) - Haji Bhadar Khan, the father of former World Squash Champion Jansher Khan passed away here on Wednesday morning due to cardiac arrest. He was (80). His funeral prayer was held at Nawi Kali and was laid to rest in his ancestral graveyard in the presence of his thousands of well wishers, squash players and relatives and elites of the City. The funeral prayer of the deceased was attended from various walks of life including MPAs, LG representatives; former world squash payers, representatives of Pakistan Squash Federation, elites of the area and friends of Jansher Khan. Former World Champion Qamar Zaman was also present. People from various walks of life in large number are coming to the residence of Jansher Khan to offer Fateha for the departed soul and to condole with him. His sons former World No. 2 Mohibullah, Atlas Khan, Asad Khan, Khan Sher, Gul Sher, son in law and national coach Mehboob Khan, his grandsons World No. 16 Aamir Atlas, Farhan Mehboob, Waqas Mehboob, Waqar Mehboob, Danish Atlas, former World No. 10 Amjad Khan, were also present. Besides them prominent among those who visited the residence of Jansher Khan, situated opposite PTV Peshawar Centre on Mall Road in Cantonment are former World Squash Champion Qamar Zaman and Ex-national coach Jamshed Gul, National Coach Umar Daraz, and condoled with him by offering fateha for the departed soul. They remained there for some time and prayed to Allah Almighty to rest the departed soul in eternal peace and grant courage to members of the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss with patience and fortitude. The members on behalf of the Senior Vice President of the Pakistan Squash Federation, Air Vice Marshal, Asim Suleman laid a floral wreath on the grave of Jansher Khan's father and offered fateha for the departed soul. They also conveyed a condolence message on behalf of the Senior Vice President Pakistan Squash Federation and condoled with Jansher Khan over his father sad demise. The late Bhadar Khan left behind five sons and six daughters to mourn his death.