Lt. Gen. M. N. Batra (Curzon 1928-37)

I write to convey the sad news that my father Lt General M N Batra ( Curzon 1928-37) passed away in Delhi on 15th May. A prayer meeting is being organised at 5.30pm on Thu 18th May at the Central Lawns , Som Vihar Apartments , opp DPS, RK Puram , New Delhi.

Arun Batra

 

5 thoughts on “Lt. Gen. M. N. Batra (Curzon 1928-37)

  1. David Deane

    My heartfelt condolences to the family.
    General Batra was a good friend to my father, Col.Michael Deane (Ibbetson 1928-32).

    May he rest in eternal peace.

    David Deane
    (I 1963-72)

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  2. Pinky Bajaj

    My deepest condolences to the family of general Batra. We came to meet him on his several visits to bangkok. Even though I was 50 years his junior we could interact like old friends. His will, his guts and his zest for life were truly inspiring. We will all truly miss him. May he Rest In Peace. Pinky Bajaj and family.

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  3. Ashwani Singh Virk

    RIP respected OC Lt. Gen. M.N. Batra, The OCA (India) offers its heartfelt Condolences to all his family & friends . It was just yesterday that you were a guiding star to all our OCA fraternity and a most revered Senior Old Cottonian. You would be missed greatly but shall be remembered as a true Cottonian always.
    A.S.Virk
    Secretary – OCA (India)

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  4. Gurpratap Singh ( I - 1953-56 )

    I am deeply grieved to know about the sad demise of Lt.Gen.M.N.Batra. I have known him since the time I was passed on the Honorary Secretaryship of the O.C.A. by the late Mr.F.M.Brown before he left for England in 1961. It was then that O.C.A. ( India ) was formed in Delhi and The Batra brothers ( R.N. & M.N.) taken on the Executive Committee. MN was a school buddy of Freddie Brown and I got quite close to him when he was posted as Director of Military Intelligence and I as a junior I.P.S. Officer in Delhi. After his retirement, he worked in Claridges Hotel where we used to meet occasionally. Had the reputation of being a brilliant Army Officer, was a fine human being, a loyal Cottonian and a great friend. His presence will be sorely missed by us of the O.C.A. Fraternity. My deepest condolences to his sons and their families. God bless the departed noble soul.

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