Fathers are the biggest source of strength for a child. Even for the grown-ups, fathers are someone whom they look up to, for the most experienced and honest advice that is always in the best of their interest. Children blessed with a loving father should consider themselves fortunate for they have someone to take care of their needs and interests. For me, my father was always there to guide me to the road of virtue and good values. For me, my father was there to solve in numerous problems in my day to day life. With the death of my father, all such a pack of strengths have fallen down, putting me in a surrounding of loneliness. Although it is hard to accept such loss of my father yet I stand to live with the teachings of good values of life and honesty that my father had taught to me.
My father Late Niazuddin Ahmed was born in the year 1935 at Puranigudam, Nagaon. He completed his Master of Economics from Gauhati University, Guwahati and obtained his LL.B. Degree from Gauhati University in the year 1968. He joined the Nagaon Bar Association in the year 1968 and was appointed as an Assistant Public Prosecutor in the year 1974. Thereafter, he was appointed as an Additional Public Prosecutor and served in that capacity till the year 1991. He recently completed his 50 years of legal practice at Nagaon Bar Association and in April this year he was felicitated by the Nagaon Bar Association on completion of his 50 years of practice in the Bar.
He mostly practiced in Food Adulteration Cases and almost appeared before all the Courts in Assam. He married Rashida Begum in the year 1969. Rashida Begum was the Lecturer of the Assamese at Dr. Birinchi Kumar Baruah College at Nagaon, who retired as the Vice-Principal of the said college.
My father Late Niazuddin Ahmed was a person of amiable nature, was loved by all who came across him in their lives. Late Niazuddin Ahmed died on September 6, 2019, at his home at Amolapatty, Nagaon after he had a heart attack. He left behind his wife, one son-in-law, two daughters-in-law, one daughter, two sons, four grandchildren and a host of other relatives. Today on his Chalisa we pray before the Almighty for the eternal peace of the departed soul.