H.E. Doctor Dilshad Najmuddin (1933 – 18 May 2018) was a senior retired Inspector general of the Police Service of Pakistan. He was educated at the famous Woodstock School near Mussorie, India, during the 1940s and later at the Forman Christian College, Lahore.
During the late 1980s, he also served as the Director of the Pakistan Narcotics Control Board (PNCB). After his retirement from the Pakistani Police, Dr. Najmuddin also served for some time as Pakistan's Ambassador to the Papal See from 1991 onwards.
He died in hospital, in Islamabad, Pakistan, after a brief illness on 18 May 2018.
Najmuddin belonged to the well-known Pakistani Christian Najmuddin family of Lahore, Pakistan  who have run the renowned Joan McDonald schools system in Lahore and Islamabad, since 1921 onwards.
- The Christian Church Gazette, Obits: Rawalpindi-Islamabad ed 18th May
- Pakistan Civil & Police Service Officers' Directory , Islamabad: Govt of Pakistan, 1989.
- Woodstock School Report
- Chicago Tribune article 1988 Retrieved 1 November 2015
- Papal Address to HE the new Pakistani Ambassador 1991 Retrieved 1 November 2015
- See Church Gazette Obit above
- The Church Times Lahore, Sept 27th 2013
- Mrs Najmuddin, who was a senior English teacher and later principal at Kinnaird College for Women University was his aunt
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