September 11, 2017
Published 14 days ago
ISLAMABAD – Anwar Khalil, former executive editor of The Muslim (defunct) died in Chicago Monday morning of liver cancer. He was 79.
He was under treatment there for the past few days. His family has decided to lay him to rest in Chicago.
However, funeral prayers will also be held on Tuesday at the Tanki Wali Ground, Rawal Town, Islamabad, at 5:30 pm.
Khalil, also an ex-editor of Daily Hurriyat, has left behind a widow, four daughters, and three sons. He was born in Delhi in 1938.
He was the father-in-law of Absar Alam, Chairman Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA).
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