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Pakistani Popular TV Host Aamir Liaquat – What Caused His Death



Pakistani Popular TV Host Aamir Liaquat - What Caused His Death

(CTN News) – Aamir Liaquat Hussain, a bespectacled televangelist, and member of parliament passed away in Karachi on Thursday. His age was 49.

The Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Muquddas Haider reported that Hussain’s condition deteriorated early in the morning, after which he was transferred to the Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH), where he later died.

According to initial reports, no foul play has been suspected, but a post-mortem examination will be conducted at the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC).

How Did Pakistani Host Aamir Liaquat Die?

Sadly, the cause of death of Aamir Liaquat has not been announced.

Aamir Liaquat Hussain was popular among the nation’s increasingly conservative urban housewives, and his televangelism shows consistently topped the advertising revenue charts.

A member of the anchor’s house staff repeatedly knocked on his room’s door without success, according to sources.

Aamir Liaquat began feeling ill last night and was complaining of chest pains, the staff reported. The former lawmaker was then taken to a hospital from his house in Khudadad Colony.

Similarly, Aamir Liaquat’s driver reported to the cops that he heard a “scream from his room a day earlier”.

It is after the post-mortem of the deceased has been performed at Jinnah Hospital or Civil Hospital that the body will be handed over to the immediate family.

Aamir Liaquat was a member of the MQM-P before joining the PTI. During the regime of military dictator Gen Pervez Musharraf, he served as a state minister. He was twice elected to the National Assembly: in 2002 and in 2018.

Aamir Liaquat hosted Ramazan transmissions, which ran pre and post-Iftaar during the holy month. In 2001, he began his media career by joining a private news channel and hosting Aalim Online, which contributed to his popularity at the time.

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