Man who went on hunger strike against Gen Raheel's retirement dies

Former industry union chief Lutf Amim Shibli who went on a hunger strike to protest against Gen Raheel Sharif’s retirement from the placement of military leader died in Karachi on Wednesday, SSP South Saqib Ismail Memon stated.

Memon stated 66-year-old Shibli began his protest on November 1 via tenting out of doors the Karachi Press Membership and going on a hunger strike.

“Shibli suffered from diabetes and hypertension…he used to be taken to Jinnah Clinic on November 27…he gave up the ghost on Wednesday, Nov 30,” the SSP stated.

Head of emergency at Jinnah clinic, Dr Seemin Jamali, stated Shibli had no pulse when he used to be delivered to the medical institution however the docs had controlled to resuscitate him.

She added that when his situation used to be rather solid, his members of the family have been informed that they may transfer him to Aga Khan College Health facility.

Shibli used to be taken to Aga Khan the place he gave up the ghost, SSP South stated.

Stories have additionally raised the potential of Shibli administering poison on himself and committing suicide however a autopsy has now not but been carried out.

Deputy basic secretary of the Nationwide Industry Union Federation (NTUF), Nasir Mansoor, stated the NTUF believed that Shibli’s dying used to be a sad tournament “even if we didn’t accept as true with his approach of protest… the Union believes in a lifetime of fight.”

Shibli had as soon as served as chairman of the Innovative Staff Union on the Karachi Port Accept as true with (KPT), Mansoor added.

Union resources stated Shibli’s funeral prayers can be held at 2:50pm lately in entrance of the KPC as in line with the deceased’s will.

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