November 21, 2021
Published 8 days ago
KARACHI—Former bureau chief of Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) Karachi, Masood Sattar, died in a road accident Friday.
According to his family, he succumbed to the injuries after being hit by a rickshaw at Drigh Road. He was rushed to Jinnah Hospital for treatment, where he breathed his last.
Sattar, 68, served as APP correspondent in China for eight years. He retired from APP in 2014. All his colleagues, APP staff, and management expressed deep grief and sorrow over his demise.
Sattar leaves behind two sons and a daughter.
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