Air Marshal (r) Asghar Khan was buried with full military honours in Abottabad. 

Earlier, the funeral prayers of Pakistan's first Air Force Chief Air Marshal (r) Asghar Khan was offered at Noor Khan Airbase in Rawalpindi today. 

He passed away after long protractedness at a military-run hospital early in the morning on Friday. He was 96 years old.

Air Chief Sohail Aman, Naval Chief Zafar Mehmood Abbasi, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Chairman Joint of Chief Staff Committee General Zafar Mehmood Hayat and cabinet members attended the prayers. 

He will be buried at Nawaan city, Abbotabad. 

Air Chief Marshal Muhammad Asghar Khan was Pakistani politician, aviation historian, peace activist, and retired three-star rank air force general who served as the first native Commander in Chief of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) under President Iskander Mirza (1956–59) and under President Ayub Khan until resigning in 1965 prior to the start of the air operations of the PAF during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965.

Initially commissioned in the Indian Army, Asghar Khan was drafted into Indian Air Force in 1940, seeing actions in Burma Campaign and was later sent to United Kingdom where he graduated from RAF Staff College at Bracknell, completing his collegiate courses from Joint Service Defence College, and completed his post-graduate studies from Imperial Defence College.

Upon return to British Indian Empire, Asghar Khan resumed his active duty with the Royal Indian Air Force and opted for Pakistan following the independence in 1947, and settled in West-Pakistan. Asghar Khan became first commandant of Pakistan Air Force Academy in 1947 and was also the first to head the Directorate-General for Air Operations (DGAO) in 1950. Finally, in 1957, Asghar Khan became the youngest to-date and the first native Air Force Commander-in-Chief of PAF.