Multan Sultans’ owner Alamgir Tareen commits suicide
Alamgir Tareen, the owner of Multan Sultans in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), committed suicide on Thursday, reports Geo News.
A pistol was used by him to shoot himself in the head, according to the Lahore Police. It happened at Tareen’s Gulberg residence.
Tareen left a handwritten suicide note at the scene of the incident, in which he stated that he was “suffering from an illness” but no further details were provided.
When approached by Geo News, some of Tareen’s close friends said the deceased never mentioned his illness.
As of December, he was supposed to tie the knot later this year.
One of South Punjab’s largest water purification plants was operated by Tareen, a leading businessman.
Berkeley University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree, followed by Yale University, where he earned his master’s degree.
“Tareen was a sports enthusiast who wanted to establish a solid platform for aspiring sportsmen and women to develop their skills, according to Sultans’ official website.
In addition, Tareen was responsible for the franchise’s data-driven approach.
With regard to the PSL, we had a memorable journey with Alamgir. “Atif Rana, the CEO of Lahore Qalandars, was a good friend with a gracious personality.
The tragic death of Tareen shocked cricket presenter Zainab Abbas, former cricketer Rashid Latif and middle-order batter Sohaib Maqsood.