Justice Mohammed Sardar Ali Khan, former acting chief justice of AP high court and first chairman of National Commission for Minorities, died at a private hospital in Malakpet on Thursday morning. at the age of 82 years.
Mr. Sardar Ali Khan was educated from Madras University topping the list in the Intermediate examination, and taken degrees in Arts and Law from Osmania University. Subsequently he became Barrister-at- Law and took Masters Degree in Law from London University and enrolled as an advocate in year of 1957. He was appointed as permanent Judge of High Court of Andhra Pradesh and acted as Chief Justice. He was an eminent jurist and his demise in this hour is a great loss to the country.