Karachi: Member of National Assembly Pakistan and a highly notable television show host Aamir Liaquat Hussain was found dead at his house on Thursday morning. He was 50.
According to his servants and friends, Amir Liaqat was unwell since few days and complained of uneasiness last night but had refused to get himself checked. Servants say that they heard a scream in the morning from his room when they barged in and found him unconscious. Later upon taking to the hospital, he was declared dead.
Further preliminary reports show no foul play, however, a post-mortem examination of the politician will be conducted at the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre.
One of his servant also stated that Hussain was scheduled to leave for Islamabad today.
SSP East told the media that they are investigating the death of Aamir Liaquat and authorities have decided to conduct a post-mortem as the televangelist died under mysterious circumstances. However latest reports suggest that his family has refused to go with the postmortem.
The Crime Scene Unit of the Sindh Police has also been called upon for a thorough investigation to find out the reason behind his sudden death.
Hussain had been in media’s eye recently for his ongoing marriage and then later divorce to his third wife Syeda Dania. The social media battle between the two which involved demeaning and highly inappropriate exchange of information from both end had caused immense devastation on both parties.
According to sources, Amir Liaqat has been going through depression since then and had not been keeping well primarily due to that.
Some sources suggest that it can also be a case of suicide. His recent instagram post for his daughter on 14th May may also suggest this.
This is a developing story and nothing is proven till now as per medical reports.
Details of his funeral are yet to be announced.
The sudden demise of Amir Liaqat has definitely sent shockwaves across the country.
May Allah bless his soul, Ameen.
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