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Pakistan Member of National Assembly Aamir Liaquat Hussain Passes Away at 49

He was found unconscious at his Karachi home and brought to Aga Khan University Hospital.

According to Geo News, PTI MNA Aamir Liaquat Hussain died in Karachi on Thursday, citing his servant Javed and hospital officials. He was 49 years old at the time.

The PTI chief was discovered unresponsive at his house and rushed to a private hospital in serious condition, where he was pronounced dead.

Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain, according to Geo News, was in pain last night but refused to go to the hospital. After he screamed in anguish, his servant raced to his chamber, but the door was locked.

When they didn’t hear back from him, the servants broke the door down.

Meanwhile, police have launched an investigation into the PTI leader’s death and searched his residence in Karachi’s Khudadad Colony. According to SSP East, the police will also seek CCTV footage in order to determine the circumstances surrounding his death.

Because he died in unusual circumstances, the authorities have decided to conduct a postmortem.

The National Assembly session has been adjourned

The National Assembly was in session when Speaker Raja Pervaiz Ashraf informed the parliamentarians that he had received terrible news of Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s death.

He then stated that the NA procedures would be suspended immediately and that the session would be adjourned until 5 p.m. tomorrow.

Dania Shah, his third wife, turned to Twitter to express her shock at the news, tweeting, “Life is so unpredictable…We desire something, plan something and get something else.”

Aamir Liaquat Hussain Passes Away

Dr. Arif Alvi, President of Pakistan, also conveyed his condolences.

Sheikh Rashid, a former interior minister, also took to Twitter to express his sorrow over Aamir Liaquat’s death.

Aamir Liaquat’s death was also mourned by Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, who said Aamir Liaquat led a lively life spanning media and politics.