Multan Sultans owner Alamgir Tareen commits suicide

Tragic news unfolded as Alamgir Tareen, the brother of Jahangir Khan Tareen, Patron-in-Chief of the Istehkam-e-Pakistan Party (IPP) and owner of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) team Multan Sultans, took his own life on Thursday.

Multan Sultans owner Alamgir Tareen shots himself in head

According to police sources, Alamgir Tareen allegedly shot himself in the head with a pistol at his residence in Lahore’s Gulberg area. The details surrounding the circumstances leading up to this heartbreaking event remain unclear.

Authorities have sealed the crime scene and recovered the pistol used in the incident, initiating the collection of fingerprints and other evidence. While the initial investigation couldn’t establish a definite motive, the search for a possible suicide note is underway. The complete picture will emerge once the investigation concludes.

Alamgir Tareen, recognized for his successful business ventures, held the position of owner and managing director of the Multan Sultans franchise in the PSL. Haider Azhar, CEO of Multan Sultans, confirmed the tragic news and expressed profound grief, offering heartfelt condolences to the Tareen family.

The authorities are diligently investigating the incident to understand the factors that may have contributed to Alamgir Tareen’s distress and the decision that followed. This loss has sent shockwaves through the community, and our thoughts and prayers go out to the grieving family during this incredibly difficult time.

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