Amir Liaquat passes away in Karachi
He was articulated dead upon landing in the clinic
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) MNA Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain, 49, died in Karachi, clinic authorities affirmed Thursday evening.
He was taken to a confidential clinic where he was articulated dead upon appearance.
As indicated by District East SSP Sardar Abdul Raheem Shirazi, Liaquat’s driver called a salvage group (Chhipa) and informed them that he was lethargic.
“A salvage group took him to Aga Khan University Hospital where specialists verbally articulated him dead,” the SSP said.
Raheem kept up with that “no sign of brutality” was seen on the body, adding that police will move him for posthumous to find out the reason for his passing. “A group of Crime Scene Unit has arrived at Aamir’s home to assemble proof,” he said.
Public Assembly Speaker Raja Pervaiz Ashraf suddenly stopped the continuous meeting following Aamir’s destruction and concluded the meeting on June 10, 5 pm.
Responding to the news, his third spouse, Dania Shah, took to Twitter and said “life is unusual”.
After Dania petitioned for the abrogation of marriage on May 7 in Bhawalpur, Aamir had chosen to “leave Pakistan for eternity” following a few claimed recordings, highlighting him in compromising positions, which were posted on the web and became a web sensation.
Aamir was most popular as a TV have and was highlighted multiple times on the rundown of the 500 most persuasive Muslims on the planet. He was brought into the world on July 5, 1972, in Karachi and had solemnized three relationships, which all wound up in partition visit here youtube.