Dr Reshi is no more
Srinagar: Dr Noor-ud-Din Ahmad Reshi, a noted veterinarian and Chief Animal Husbandry Officer, Srinagar on Wednesday passed away in New Delhi, where he had gone for a health check up.
According to family, Dr Reshi suffered a massive heart attack at 7 PM last night and was shifted to a hospital wherein he breathed last in the morning.
His body is being brought to his Narsingh Garh, residence here on Thursday. Dr Reshi was son of late G N Reshi, former Secretary, J&K Legislative Council. He was a popular figure in the department as well as in social circles.
According to the family, the Jinazah of the deceased will be offered after Zuhur prayers.The death has been condoled by Minister for Animal Husbandry, Science & Technology, IT, Aga Syed Ruhullah Mehdi, Commissioner/Secretary Animal Sheep Husbandry Department, B D Sharma, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Dr Asghar Hassan Samoon, Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Me’raj Ahmad Kakroo, Director, Animal Husbandry, Kashmir Dr F A Kaloo, and all ranks of Animal & Sheep Husbandry Departments. A condolence meeting of the officers of the department was held in the directorate of Animal Husbandry Department where rich tributes were paid to the deceased officer.
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