Ex-DIG Muhammad Sultan passes away
Srinagar, May 5: Muhammad Sultan, a retired IPS officer and ex-DIG passed away on May 5, Thursday at his Brein residence here. He was 88.
A large number of people from different walks of life participated in his Namaz-e-Jinaza (funeral paryers). His body was laid to rest at a graveyard at Kralsangri here.
He did his MA Economics (Gold Medalist) and LLB respectively from the Aligarh Muslim University. After completing his education, he joined the SP College as Prof of Economics. Later after his induction into IPS, he was posted as SP Kathua and retired as DIG. He also served as MD SRTC.
The deceased was the father-in-law of Valley’s renowned industrialist and prominent businessman Mushtaq Ahmad Khan of Nishat. He is survived by a son and four daughters. His Rasm-e-Charum would be held on May 8, Sunday at 10 am at Kralsangri graveyard.
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