Former Baluchistan coronovirus killed in Karachi.
QUETTA – Former provincial minister and leader of the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP), Sardar Der Muhammad Nasser, lost his life on Monday in a fight against the novel Coronavirus.
A spokesman for the Balochistan government confirmed the demise of the former minister, saying that the 61-year-old man was shifted to a hospital in Karachi two weeks ago after his health deteriorated due to coronavirus.
He served as Provincial Minister for Commerce and Industry during his last term. He was the cousin of Sardar Muhammad Yakub Khan Nasser, Senior Vice President of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz.
The timing of his funeral was not yet announced by his family.
Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Jam Kamal Khan has expressed deep grief over the demise of BAP leader and former provincial minister Sardar Dur Muhammad Nasser.
Allah Pak blessed the soul of Mohammad Nasir Sahab. That Kovid became positive and was undergoing treatment in Karachi. pic.twitter.com/p92NSW5r82
– Jam Kamal Khan (@jam_kamal) 8 June 2020
The CM said that the deceased will be remembered as a veteran politician and loyal person of his time. He prayed to the Almighty to grant eternal peace to the departed soul and provide courage and patience to the dead family, to bear this loss.
Jam Kamal said that Sardar Dur Muhammad Nasr’s contribution, dedication and services to the province and democracy will always be remembered.