Former DIG Allah Baksh is no more
Srinagar, Oct 24: Former DIG police Kashmir Allah Baksh, 77, passed away at last night after a brief illness. Allah Baksh is the brother of Cabinet Minister Taj Mohiuddin.
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, Union Minister Dr Farooq Abdullah, Cabinet Minister Ali Muhammad Sagar, MoS Home Nasir Aslam Wani and other dignitaries participated in the funeral prayers and offered their heart-felt condolences to the bereaved family.
Allah Baksh, who was also a former Member of J&K State Public Service Commission, is survived by son Shahid Baksh and daughter Dr Tabasum Jabeen. Bereaved also include his son-in-law Additional Secretary Home Affairs, GoI, Khurshid Ahmad Ganai and brother-in-law Chairman Chenab Valley Power Projects Ltd. M.Y. Khan.
Governor N. N. Vohra has condoled the demise. In a message, the Governor conveyed his sympathy to the bereaved family and prayed for eternal peace to the departed soul.
In a condolence message to the bereaved family, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah conveyed his sympathies and prayed for peace to the departed soul.
Union Minister for New and Renewable Energy Dr. Farooq Abdullah in his separate condolence message expressed grief over the demise.
Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Ghulam Nabi Azad has condoled the demise. Azad conveyed his heartfelt condolences to Taj Mohi-ud-Din and the bereaved family praying for peace to the departed soul.
Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand, Ministers Abdul Rahim Rather, Peerzada Muhammad Syed, Ali Muhammad Sagar, Mian Altaf Ahmed, Ghulam Hassan Mir, Abdul Gani Malik, Sham Lal Sharma, R.S.Chib, Nawang Rigzin Jora, Raman Bhalla, S. S. Slathia, Qamar Ali Akhoon, Sakeena Ittoo, Aga Ruhullah, Javaid Dar, Nasir Aslam Wani, Ajaz Ahmed Khan, Dr. Manohar Lal Sharma and Shabir Ahmed Khan have also condoled the demise.
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