­­Hunaid Lakhani dies after suffering from Dengue

Education Sep, 8 2022
­­Hunaid Lakhani dies after suffering from Dengue
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KARACHI: Educationist and politician Hunaid Lakhani breathed his last after suffering from Dengue. Registrar Iqra University confirmed death of Hunaid Lakhani, who was also Chairman of Iqra University  and shared that he died at a hospital where he was treated for Dengue.

He remained associated with Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf and Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan besides also founding FIXIT organisation along with PTI MNA Alamgir Khan. He remained engaged in public welfare through Pakistan Bait-ul-Maal platform and other private initiatives. Family in its statement announced that funeral prayers of Hunaid Lakhani will be offered at Masjid-e-Saheem Khayaban-e-Rahat after Friday prayers today. “Funeral prayer is delayed owing to some of his relatives coming from abroad,” it said. Family further shared that Lakhani was suffering from Dengue and was on ventilator for past few days.

Published in The Daily National Courier, September, 09 2022

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