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Hmar Inpui, Manipur DGP condole sudden demise of Ruolkhumlien Buhril

Dr.(Upa) Ruolkhumlien Buhril

The Government of Tamil Nadu also issued a circular informing, with deep regret, the death of “Thiru” Ruolkhumlien Buhril (IAS 1984 Tamil Nadu cadre).

TFM Desk

The Hmar Inpui, General Headquarters condoled the sudden demise of Ruolkhumlien Buhril (IAS 1984 Tamil Nadu cadre, Retired), a former secretary to the Government of India, Department of Land Resources, Ministry of Rural Development, New Delhi at MAX Hospital, New Delhi on Thursday due to COVID complications.

The apex body of the Hmar community in a condolence message stated that it was shocked to learn of the sudden demise of the Retd IAS officer.

“It is impossible to craft a befitting condolence message that can express enough the profound anguish of the Hmar community at his premature demise”.

The Hmar people rejoice with his rich contributions to the Government of Tamil Nadu and to the federal Government of India as well. While the Hmar people look forward to harvest a rich bounty out of his vast experience, his life was hurriedly cut off. His exemplary life, excellent testimony and achievements will never be erased from the annals of history, the message read.

“Our collective hearts share and sympathise the mental agony of his dear and near ones at this unfortunate time. We pray that the God of History may console the bereaved family with love and care, and richly bless them to walk in the footsteps of the departed man of achievement”.

Manipur DGP LM Khaute also condoled the demise of Ruolkhumlien. “I and my family express our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family,” he said in a message.

“Pu Buhril truly valued friendship and never failed to connect with his colleagues. He will always be remembered for the good deeds and for being a wonderful person,” he added.

Late Buhril was a very dynamic, frank and positive person with many friends around him always. He was a promising and leading member of “Eimi Students” in Delhi, recalled the DGP who had known Buhril since their university days in Delhi in the 80s.

The Government of Tamil Nadu also issued a circular informing, with deep regret, the death of “Thiru” Ruolkhumlien Buhril.

He was appointed to the Indian Administrative Service on August 21, 1984. He started his career as assistant collector training in Cuddalore District.

The circular also listed the various posts he had held in the Tamil Nadu Government during his career. He retired from service on superannuation on the afternoon of July 31, 2020.

The retired deceased officer left behind his wife Tmt Rebecca Vaninmawi Buhril, a son (Thiru Daniel Hrilthiemsang Buhril) and two daughters.

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