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Aamir Liaquat Death Shocks Entire Pakistan

The controversial TV host and MNA, Aamir Liaquat Husain, has passed away at the age of 50. According to reports, Husain was taken to Aga Khan University Hospital in Karachi after his condition deteriorated in the morning. He was later declared dead with no signs of foul play. However, a post-mortem report is still pending. The body will reportedly be examined at Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre. Following the news of Aamir Liaquat death, a flood of shock hit the entire country. Despite being one of the most criticized personalities in Pakistan, many came forward to express their grief over the tragedy. National Assembly adjourned the session till evening, and the public, including his critics, sent condolences on social media.

Aamir Liaquat Death Calls for Forgiveness

It’s no doubt that the deceased personality hurt a lot of people in his career with his words and actions. However, Aamir Liaquat death also came as a stark reminder of one’s own mortality. Upon witnessing many disrespectful tweets, some social media users were forced to lecture the public about forgiveness. It’s useless to repeatedly troll Liaquat based on hate because he’s dead and cannot hurt anyone anymore. So, it was in everyone’s favour to forgive him and pray for his journey ahead.

Pakistan will Miss him Anyway

As much as the people despised Liaquat, he also had a massive following. Some also saw him as an entertainment figure who was a frequent subject of memes. His actions on TV made many people laugh, such as his funny dance and falling on the stage while trying to race gold medallist Naseem Hameed. Pakistanis enjoyed making memes on his funny shenanigans, which will make them miss him even more.

No More Jokes

Some elements continued to dehumanize the controversial TV host on social media. They practically celebrated Aamir Liaquat death by joking, making memes, and using bad words. Many, including his critics, schooled them to refrain from this evil practice and respect the dead.

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