Quran khawani held for civil servant

LAHORE: Quran khawani for the departed soul of retired Capt. Sher Alam Mahsud, former federal secretary for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan, was held at Punjab Civil Officers Mess at GOR-1 in Lahore on Saturday.

Mahsud, a BPS-22 officer of the Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS), passed away on January 7.

Chief Secretary Abdullah Sumbal, Punjab Ombudsman retired. Maj Azam Suleman Khan, Additional Chief Secretary (ACS) for Home retired Capt. Asadullah Khan, ACS (South Punjab) Saqib Zafar, retired Justice Khalil ur-Rehman Ramday, Federal Interior Secretary Yousuf Naseem Khokhar, Federal Finance Secretary Hamid Yaqoob Sheikh, former chief secretaries Naveed Akram Cheema, Khizar Gondal, retired Capt. Zahid Saeed, former civil servant Taimur Azmat Osman, former ECP secretary Babur Yaqoob, former senior member Board of Revenue (BoR) Babur Hayat Tarar, Justice Rashid, former police chief Shoaib Dastgir, Sargodha Commissioner Maryam Khan, Lahore Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Ali, G.M. Sikander, Col. Malik Zia, retired Gen. Tauqeer, Khawaja Shamail, Farhan Aziz Khawaja, Ahmad Raza Sarwar, Asim Imdad Ali, Saif Anjum, Nabeel Awan, Tariq Najeeb Najmi, Secretary Office of the Punjab Ombudsman Syed Tahir Raza Hamdani, Lahore Commissioner Aamir Jan, Sohail Shahzad, Sohail Ashraf, Asif Iqbal Chaudhry, retired Capt. Naseem Nawaz, retired Capt. Javed Akbar, Shafiq Hussain Bukhari, Muzaffar Mahmood, Dr Nasir Jamal Pasha, Rao Tahseen, Ahmad Malik, retired Maj. Tariq Shafi, Dr Aamir, Nadir Chatta, Moazam Shah, federal and provincial secretaries, retired members of the judiciary, armed forces and people from different walks of life appreciated the valuable services of Mahsud and extended their condolences to his family.

Maulana Syed Muhammad Abdul Khabir Azad, chairman of the Ruet-e-Hilal Committee, offered a special prayer for the deceased.

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