JAMMU – N. N. Vohra, Governor J&K, has expressed deep sorrow on the passing away of I. K. Gujral, former Prime Minister of India, with whom he has served as the Principal Secretary during 1997-98.
Raj Bhavan spokesman confirmed that the Governor had written to Naresh Gujral, M.P to convey his feelings to all members of the late P.Ms family and wished eternal peace to the departed soul. In his letter, the Governor recalled the very difficult time during which Gujral served as P.M, and remembered that despite serious challenges on various fronts, the P.M had consistently maintained courtesy, decorum and gentlemanliness in his dealings with one and all.
Vohra also recalled the fervent efforts made by Gujral to foster friendly relations with neighbouring countries, particularly with Pakistan, and the several meetings he had with Mian Nawaz Sharief.
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