Aamir Liaquat found Dead at Home in Karachi

Aamir Liaquat has died at the age of 49. The television host’s sudden death came after he was found unconscious at his home in Karachi.

Aamir Liaquat found Dead at Home in Karachi f

Police have begun an investigation into Aamir's death.

It has been reported that Pakistani politician and television host Aamir Liaquat passed away at the age of 49.

He was found unconscious at his home in Khudadad Colony, Karachi, and was taken to hospital.

It is believed that Aamir felt discomfort on June 8, 2022, but refused to go to the hospital.

On the morning of June 9, his employee Javed heard a scream from Aamir’s room.

His staff broke down the door when they did not receive a reply from him. Upon finding his body, Aamir was rushed to hospital.

However, doctors said Aamir Liaquat was dead by the time he was brought to the hospital.

Police have begun an investigation into Aamir’s death.

Officers also searched his home but did not find anything out of place. However, the bedroom has been cordoned off.

Officers will check CCTV footage in order to gather any information which led to his death.

While his death occurred under mysterious circumstances, DIG East Muquddas Haider said that based on initial findings, no foul play has been detected.

Police said that the family’s permission has been acquired for a post-mortem after which a report will be prepared on the cause of death.

The body will be taken to Jinnah Hospital or Civil Hospital for the post-mortem. Afterwards, it will be handed over to Aamir’s immediate family.

A statement from Aamir’s employee Javed will be taken as he was the person who informed the police.

National Assembly speaker Pervaiz Ashraf has confirmed the reports and postponed the session of the House to mark Aamir Liaquat’s death.

The proceedings of the House have been adjourned until 5 pm on June 10.

News of Aamir Liaquat’s death caused shockwaves and many took to social media to pay their respects.

Dua Malik wrote:

“My dear Aamir Bhai, my eyes and heart are both crying.”

“No one knows how many people you helped. The Aamir Bhai who came whenever you asked, the Aamir Bhai who stood with you in times of need, the Aamir Bhai who held your hand when you were in pain.

“For God’s sake, stop your social wars. Stop mocking people’s deaths on social media. For God’s sake, spread love.”

Actress Armeena Khan said: “We plan as if we’re going to live forever but we don’t know what’s going to happen the next moment.

“Life can be taken away in an instant. Shocking!”

Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”

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