Funeral prayers were offered in Newenburg, Germany for the uncrowned king of comedy, Umar Sharif, who died in a European country two days ago during treatment, after which the body was handed over to Pakistani diplomatic staff and heirs.
Umar Sharif's body was kept in a hospital in Newenburg, Germany for two days and today the local administration there issued his death certificate, after which his body was handed over to the staff and heirs of the Pakistani embassy.
Funeral prayer for Mr. Umer Sharif offered in Nürnberg today. Large number of community offered dua. Arrangements being made for transportation of mortal remains to Pakistan by tomorrow.@ImranKhanPTI @SMQureshiPTI @ForeignOfficePk pic.twitter.com/hgEFXHgD4P— Dr Mohammad Faisal (@DrMFaisal) October 4, 2021
Pakistani Ambassador to Germany Dr Muhammad Faisal tweeted a picture of Umar Sharif's funeral prayers in Newburgh and confirmed that his body would be sent to Pakistan by October 5. In the photo shared by him, a large number of people can be seen at the funeral prayers of Umar Sharif.
On the other hand, Zahid Hussain, Pakistan's Consul General in Frankfurt, Germany, confirmed to Geo News that the hospital handed over Umar Sharif's body to his heirs and diplomatic staff after the death certificate was issued by the Newburgh city administration. ۔
Umar Sharif's body will be taken to Frankfurt after his body is handed over to diplomatic staff, while there are reports that Umar Sharif's body may be flown from Munich, Germany, to Karachi. Will According to sources, Umar Sharif's widow Zarin Ghazal will undergo a corona test today due to her stay in a German hospital, after which she will be allowed to leave.
If all goes well, Omar Sharif's body will be flown to Pakistan by tomorrow evening and his body will reach Karachi on the morning of October 6 after a journey of 8 to 10 hours. It is not yet clear where Umar Sharif's body will be shifted after it reaches Karachi, but the comedian will be buried at Abdullah Shah Ghazi's mausoleum.
In this regard, the Sindh government has already issued instructions to the Abdullah Shah Ghazi shrine administration and it is likely that the place of burial of Omar Sharif will be determined by this evening. The uncrowned king of comedy, Umar Sharif, died on the afternoon of October 2 at the age of 66 in a hospital in Nuremberg, Germany.
He was being airlifted from Karachi to the United States on September 28 when his condition worsened in Germany, after which he was hospitalized there. Umar Sharif was treated in a German hospital for two days, where he contracted pneumonia while already suffering from heart disease, kidney disease, diabetes and diabetes.