Aamir Liaquat Hussain, a television host, Islamic scholar, and politician, has passed away at his residence in Karachi. A video message he bid farewell to Pakistan was uploaded on his website weeks ago.
In the Khudadad Colony of Karachi, Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain was found unconscious in his house by his servant Javaid. He was also the PTI MNA from a Karachi constituency.
After being rushed to a hospital, the 50-year-old was pronounced dead after he could not be resuscitated.
Mr. Ramzan Chippa, the head of the Chippa Welfare Trust, also confirmed that Dr. Aamir had passed away between 15 and 20 minutes before being brought to the hospital.
According to his will, the philanthropist said that the televangelist desired to be buried alongside the mausoleum of his parents at the shrine of Abdullah Shah Ghazi. Moreover, he said he would take care of the final rites of the departed soul.
According to family sources, preparations have begun for the funeral. There are also plans for the arrival of Aamir Liaquat’s son.
It has been reported that the anchor had the door of his room locked from the inside. In the morning, the servant knocked on the door several times but was unsuccessful. Dr. Aamir reported experiencing chest pains on Wednesday night.
According to the driver of the former MNA, the police heard a “scream coming from Aamir’s room earlier in the day.” In addition, Servant Javaid stated that Dr. Aamir cried most of the night and kept saying he was in danger of dying.
Jinnah Hospital has been notified of transferring Dr. Aamir’s body for post-mortem examination. According to the police, foul play was not suspected, but they are waiting for the results of the autopsy before making a definitive judgment.
Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain was among the top 500 most influential Muslims list.