Pakistani politician Aamir Liaquat Hussain. He passed away at the age of 50. Let’s see how did he die, what happened, and what was Aamir Liaquat Hussain Cause of Death.
How did Aamir Liaquat Hussain die?
According to reports, the politician and entertainer from Karachi were discovered unconscious at his home and were rushed to a hospital in the provincial capital.
Due to his critical condition, the 49-year-old was transferred to a private hospital in the port city, but doctors were unable to resuscitate him.
The death of the lawmaker was also confirmed by National Assembly Speaker Pervaiz Ashraf, who postponed the house’s session to mark the occasion. The house’s proceedings have been adjourned until 5 p.m. tomorrow due to his death.
What happened to Aamir Liaquat Hussain?
Aamir was a popular host of Ramazan transmissions, which are game shows that air before and after Iftaar during the holy month. He began his media career in 2001, after joining a private news channel and hosting Aalim Online, which helped him gain early popularity.
Throughout his career, he continued to host Ramazan shows.
Aamir was also a contentious figure in recent years. His multiple marriages, political statements, and recently leaked videos have all sparked controversy. Following the release of his private videos, he stated that he had “no choice but to leave the country after this fiasco.”
According to Ramzan Chippa, the head of the Chippa Welfare Trust, Aamir was rushed to the hospital earlier in the day but died 15 to 20 minutes before he arrived.
According to his will, Aamir wished to be buried alongside his parents at the mausoleum of Abdullah Shah Ghazi. He also stated that he would be in charge of the late legislator’s final rites.
Aamir Liaquat Hussain Cause of Death
According to sources, the anchor had his room door locked and his house staff knocked on it several times without success.
Aamir began feeling ill last night, according to staff, and he complained of chest pain. The former lawmaker was then transferred from his home in Khudadad Colony to a hospital.
Separately, the ex-driver MNA’s reported to police that they heard a “scream from his [Aamir’s] room a day earlier.”
According to police, the deceased’s body will be taken to Jinnah Hospital or Civil Hospital for a post-mortem before being returned to the deceased’s immediate family.
Aamir was a member of the MQM-P before joining the PTI. He was a state minister during the military dictatorship of Gen Pervez Musharraf. He was elected twice to the National Assembly, in 2002 and 2018.
On July 5, 1972, the televangelist was born. He leaves behind two children.
Body relocated for postmortem examination
The body of the deceased was later transported to Karachi’s Jinnah Hospital for postmortem examination. For the procedure, a medical board has been formed.
Dr. Samia Syed, a Police Surgeon in Karachi, will chair the board, which will also include Dr. Sikander Azam and Dr. Rajendra Kumar.
Once the family of the deceased entertainer gives their consent, medical professionals will perform a full body examination as well as various scans.
Condolences are pouring in
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, former President Asif Ali Zardari, PPP Chairperson, and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, and former Sindh governor Imran Ismail all expressed their condolences and prayed for the soul of the late lawmaker.
صدر مملکت ڈاکٹر عارف علوی کا ممبر قومی اسمبلی عامر لیاقت حسین کی ناگہانی موت پر اظہار افسوس
صدر مملکت کی مرحوم کیلئے دعائے مغفرت، بلندی درجات کی دعا
صدرمملکت کا مرحوم کے اہل خانہ سے اظہار ہمدردی اور صبر جمیل کی دعا
— The President of Pakistan (@PresOfPakistan) June 9, 2022
President Arif Alvi expressed his condolences for the legislator’s death and “prayed for his soul.”
Senator and PTI leader Faisal Javed Khan also expressed his condolences for the entertainer’s death and prayed for the departed and his family.
اللہ تعالیٰ عامر لیاقت کی مغفرت فرمائے اور انکے خاندان اور عزیز و اقارب اور چاہنے والوں کو صبرِ جمیل عطا فرمائے آمین pic.twitter.com/h3kEp3b8Am
— Faisal Javed Khan (@FaisalJavedKhan) June 9, 2022
Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s Early Life
Hussain was born in Karachi on July 5, 1971, to politician Sheikh Liaquat Hussain and columnist Mahmooda Sultana.
Hussain stated that he earned his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree in 1995 from Liaquat Medical College Jamshoro and his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Islamic Studies in 2002 from Trinity College and University, a now-defunct degree mill (based in Spain but incorporated in Dover, Delaware). He also stated that he received a Master of Arts in Islamic Studies from Trinity College and University in 2002.
Hussain’s BA degree in Islamic Studies was approved by Pakistan’s Higher Education Commission in 2006.
His BA degree was declared forged by the University of Karachi in 2005. Hussain declared his BA degree to the Pakistan Election Commission while submitting nomination forms for the 2002 Pakistani general elections.
In 2002, it was made mandatory for candidates running for seats in Pakistan’s Provincial and National Assemblies to have a bachelor’s degree.
Hussain claims to have graduated from Liaquat Medical College Jamshoro in 1995.
Hussain was reported to be a candidate for a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Karachi, where he graduated in 2008.
Hussain was found to have obtained a forged degree from Ashwood University in 2015.
Hussain was elected to the Pakistan National Assembly for the first time in the 2002 Pakistani general election. The Zakat and Ushar Division was established in the Shaukat Aziz cabinet in September 2004. In May 2005, Hussain, as the junior minister of Religious Affairs, asked Pakistani religious scholars to issue a ‘Fatwa’ on suicide bombings.
During a visit to Jamia Binoria in June 2005, he was attacked by enraged youths. However, police denied that Hussain had been abused and claimed that the crowd had only chanted slogans.
He established the Memhooda Sultana Foundation. Hussain was named to the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre in Jordan’s annual publication The 500 Most Influential Muslims from 2013 to 2015. Hussain was arrested by Sindh Rangers in August 2016, following an attack on media houses by MQM workers and the arrest of MQM leaders.
After Hussain was charged with the facilitation of hate speech but failed to appear in court, an Anti-Terrorism Court in Pakistan ordered the authorities to place his name on the Exit Control List in February 2017. Hussain became a member of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in March 2018.
In the 2018 Pakistani general election, he was re-elected to the National Assembly as a PTI candidate for NA-245 (Karachi East-IV).
On October 4, 2021, he resigned from his seat in the National Assembly of Pakistan and left the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.
Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s Personal Life
Hussain has three wives. With his first wife, Syeda Bushra Aamir, he has two children. He married Syeda Tuba Anwar for the second time in June 2018. This marriage lasted approximately three years. Amir married Syeda Dania Shah, who was 18 at the time, in February 2022.
After three months of marriage with Mr. Hussain, his third wife, Syeda Dania Shah, filed for divorce in May 2022. According to News International, Hussain used to physically abuse Dania and force her to make porn videos with his friends.
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