Prominent religious scholar Mufti Zar wali Khan died

Prominent religious scholar and superintendent of Jamia Ahsan-ul-Uloom Mufti Zar wali Khan has died of cardiac arrest.

According to the spokesperson of Indus Hospital, Mufti Zar wali was undergoing treatment at Indus Hospital where he passed away today.

Shaykh-ul-Hadith Mufti Zar wali Khan was the superintendent of Jamia Ahsan-ul-Uloom Karachi.

Mufti Zar wali Khan was suffering from lung disease and had been on oxygen for a long time.

Maulana Zar wali Khan was born in Jahangira in 1953 and got his religious education in Banuri Town, after which he founded the Madrasa Ahsan ul Uloom in Gulshan-e-Iqbal in 1978, now known as Jamia Ahsan ul Uloom.


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  • You are totally ill informed even in journalism. He died of cardiac arrest. He had serious respiratory disease for last several years. He was on oxygen mask and cylinder, 24 hours. I have seen him in this condition for last 1 to 2 years. He was a brave aalim, he kept on teaching until his last days. Corrigendum required from you on this issue.

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