PTI National Assembly Member Amir Liaquat Hussain Passed Away

PTI National Assembly Member Amir Liaquat Hussain Passed Away

Posted on Jun 9, 2022

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) National Assembly member and well-known TV anchor Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain died at the age of 49. DIG East, Muqaddas Haider, while confirming the death of Amir Liaquat, said that the Member of Assembly had fallen ill during the night and this morning when his condition worsened, he was shifted to Aga Khan Hospital where doctors confirmed his death. Kardi

He said that the body of Amir Liaquat was being shifted to Jinnah Hospital for postmortem. PTI leader Jamal Siddiqui says that an employee of Amir Liaquat informed them about his death. The hospital management has also confirmed the news while the sources said that the cause of death of Amir Liaquat will be known only after the postmortem.

It should be noted that Aamir Liaquat Hussain had been facing serious problems in his private life for some time and his third marriage ended in divorce. Amir Liaquat was first married to Dr. Bushra, with whom he has two young children, who are over 20 years old.

Dr. Bushra Iqbal confirmed in December 2020 that her husband had divorced her. Aamir Liaquat had his second marriage in July 2018 to model and actress Tobia Anwar who was many years younger than him and their marriage lasted for less than 4 years.

In February last year, Tobia Anwar had confirmed that she had divorced Amir Liaquat, but Amir Liaquat continued to deny this. Aamir Liaquat was married for the third time in February 2022 to Dania Shah, an 18-year-old girl from Bahawalpur, who had filed for divorce in a local court in early May this year.

After Dania Shah filed for divorce, Aamir Liaquat leaked his alleged audio and later Dania Shah also leaked the alleged audio and video of Amir Liaquat and both of them made serious allegations against each other.

Amir Liaquat later admitted defeat and apologized to Dania Shah and announced to leave Pakistan, but did not give a date for leaving the country. Amir Liaquat had won a seat in the National Assembly on an MQM ticket in 2002 and was also the Minister for Religious Affairs.

He was expelled from the MQM in 2008 for violating party policy, but his party membership was restored within a few years. After staying away from politics for more or less 8 years, in 2016 he once again became active in politics as in the past. He had parted ways and said that he would never enter politics again.

However, he soon reversed his decision not to return to politics and announced his joining the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in March 2018, after which he was elected to the National Assembly from Karachi on a PTI ticket.


Hamza Sarfraz

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