caramesin.com – Aamir Liaquat Hussain, Pakistani television evangelist Dies at 50,One of Pakistan’s most famous and controversial TV presenters, Aamir Liaquat Hussain, died at the age of 50 after being found unconscious at his home in Karachi.
The hospital carried the anchor, but was declared dead upon arrival. An autopsy was performed.
Aamir Liaquat Hussain went from televangelism to politics and became an MP for Imran Khan’s PTI.
Her career was marked by controversy – she gave children to childless couples on television and banned out of hatred. The personal life of the unspoken anchor is also a public resource, often inspired by its social media activities.
She married for the third time in the last chapter of her life, but it ended months in public and by force. His 18-year-old bride, Dania Shah, filed for divorce in May and accused him of domestic violence and drug addiction.
Hussain released a video in which he called the marriage a “failure” and denied allegations of false reports – but he also expressed depression about what was said about him on social media after everything he had done for Pakistan and promised to leave the country.
Aamir Liaquat Hussain, who has worked in most of Pakistan’s leading media during his career, is undoubtedly famous in one section of the population, but many others consider him more divided. An experienced speaker and a great showman who guarantees viewership, his broadcast is well written and contains religious sermons – as is often the case with abuse.
There are constant complaints from those who are mentioned and humiliated by the televangelist in their programs. He would accuse people of acts such as blasphemy, betrayal or adultery.
In September 2008, he dedicated an entire program to examining the Ahmadis’ faith, a sect that identifies itself as a Muslim and follows the teachings of the Qur’an but is considered an Orthodox Muslim heretic.
In it, two scholars said that anyone associated with false prophets “deserved to be killed.” Within 24 hours of the broadcast, a prominent member of the Ahmadi community was shot dead in the small town of Mirpur Khas in Sindh province.
The outspoken anchor will also be remembered for sexist remarks about liberal women in Pakistan – often artists, authors or human rights activists.
Quiz shows and product giveaways – cars, motorbikes and household electronics – were a big feature of his shows, and in 2013, even abandoned babies.
He insisted at the time that the move was aimed at giving infants a chance of a better life and was not simply an attempt to boost his ratings.
“We were already top of the ratings before we gave away a baby. We will take these children out of the basket, out of the basket and deliver them to people in need, “Hussain said on his website, where he described himself as a” true legend “.