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Karachi burns as MQM activist killed

Bureau Report

KARACHI – Farooq Beg, member Karachi Tanzimi Committee (KTC) of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) was ambushed by armed assailants at Bagh-e-Korangi area of Korangi.

He was shifted to Liaquat National Hospital in critical condition but could not survive and breathed his last on the way to hospital. He was coming to Nine Zero from his home in Landhi.

Farooq Beg s/o Chand Beg was 48. He lived in Landhi No 3. He has left behind his widow and three sons. His funeral will be after the Isha prayer today. He will be buried in the graveyard of Korangi No 6.

He was among the senior office workers of the MQM. He had been sector in-charge of Landhi Sector and at present he was working as a member of the Karachi Tanzimi Committee of the party.

Members of the Co-ordination Committee, parliamentarians, office-bearers and a large number of workers reached Liaquat National Hospital soon after hearing the sad news. Moving scenes were witnessed at the hospitals and the workers wept bitterly at the death of yet another senior worker of the party after Liaquat Qureshi.

Farooq Beg, member Karachi Tanzimi Committee (KTC) of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) was ambushed by armed assailants at Bagh-e-Korangi area of Korangi.

He was shifted to Liaquat National Hospital in critical condition but could not survive and breathed his last on the way to hospital. He was coming to Nine Zero from his home in Landhi.

Farooq Beg s/o Chand Beg was 48. He lived in Landhi No 3. He has left behind his widow and three sons. His funeral will be after the Isha prayer today. He will be buried in the graveyard of Korangi No 6.

He was among the senior office workers of the MQM. He had been sector in-charge of Landhi Sector and at present he was working as a member of the Karachi Tanzimi Committee of the party.

 
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