Caretaker Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Muhammad Azam Khan, passed away in a private hospital in Peshawar. His untimely demise was a result of a stomach infection, followed by a heart attack. The news has left the nation mourning the loss of a leader known for his integrity and dedicated service to the people.
President Dr. Arif Alvi expressed deep grief and sorrow over Azam Khan’s passing, extending heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family. The President remembered Azam Khan as a person of great integrity, highlighting the qualities that set him apart.
Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar also shared his condolences, expressing deep sorrow and commiserating with the family. He remembered Azam Khan for his dedicated service to the people and his competence as a public officer.
Prime Minister Kakar praised Azam Khan’s role as caretaker chief minister, acknowledging his effective management of administrative affairs and measures to maintain law and order in the province.
Prime Minister Kakar specifically highlighted Azam Khan’s efforts in preventing smuggling, showcasing his commitment to ensuring the well-being and safety of the people in the region. Azam Khan’s impactful contributions during his tenure as caretaker chief minister have left a lasting legacy.
Caretaker Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Murtaza Solangi, also expressed grief and sorrow over the loss. He extended condolences and prayers to the bereaved family, reminiscing about Azam Khan’s support in professional matters. Solangi emphasized Azam Khan’s unwavering commitment to issues related to freedom of expression, protection of journalists, and their welfare.
Caretaker Chief Minister Azam Khan, remembering him as a leader of great integrity and dedication. His services to the country and the province, especially in matters concerning the well-being of the people and the freedom of expression, will be remembered fondly. Azam Khan’s legacy as a dedicated public servant lives on in the hearts of those who knew him and the people he served.