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Arshad Sharif was put to rest at Islamabad’s cemetery amid tears and condolences

Arshad Sharif was put to rest at Islamabad’s cemetery amid tears and condolences.

Arshad Sharif was put to rest at Islamabad's cemetery amid tears and condolences

Arshad Sharif was put to rest at Islamabad’s cemetery amid tears and condolences.

Arshad Sharif, a senior journalist and television anchorperson, was put to rest in Islamabad’s H-11 cemetery on Thursday, following funeral prayers at Faisal Masjid.

Arshad Sharif’s remains was moved from his home to Faisal Masjid, where funeral prayers were conducted. Thousands of people turned out for the funeral prayers.

Arshad Sharif’s funeral prayers were held in strict security, with large contingents of Islamabad Police and FC stationed outside Shah Faisal Masjid.

According to a statement issued by the federal administration, Sindh Police and FC were also deployed to assist the Islamabad Police, and a total of 3,792 security personnel were deployed around Faisal Mosque, with 3 SPs, 5 ASPs, and DSPs supervising the security arrangements, 6 inspectors, and 1000 constables deployed.

The postmortem of veteran journalist Arshad Sharif was performed yesterday at the PIMS Hospital in Islamabad by the hospital’s 8-member medical board.

A Judicial Commission was established.

Shehbaz Sharif, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, has agreed to establish a judicial panel to investigate the ‘mistaken identity’ death of senior journalist and anchorperson Arshad Sharif by Kenyan police.

Marriyum Aurangzeb, Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, stated in a statement that Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has decided to appoint a judicial panel led by a High Court judge to examine the death of veteran journalist Arshad Sharif.

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