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Dr Chaudhary lit the flame of empowerment in Tribal community: Mehbooba Mufti

“Institutions he patronized will continue to uplift tribal community long after his death”
Srinagar, December 16th: The People’s Democratic Party President and Former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has expressed her deepest condolences to the entire Gujjar Community on the demise of renowned top cop, social reformer and educationist Dr Masud Chaudhary.

Widely known as Sir Syed of Gujjar Community for his untiring efforts in areas of social and educational awakening, Dr Chaudhary retired as Additional Director General of Police in 2004.

Soon after that he was appointed by Mufti Sahab as the founder Vice-Chancellor of the Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University in Rajouri where he eventually went on to spent two tenures.

He shaped up the university on modern lines and ensured that the institution carries on a progressive outlook.

“When Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University was established, Mufti Sahab entrusted Masud sb with the job, knowing he can deliver. In my many years of interaction with him he reluctantly pursued the cause of Tribal community and especially focused on their education and empowerment,” Mehbooba Mufti said.

“I am personally grieved by Dr Chaudhary’s demise. His death leaves behind a void that’s difficult to fill. My thoughts, prayers are with the bereaved family in this hour of grief and i pray to almighty to bestow his soul highest place in Jannah,” she added.


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