August 01, 2022
Published 6 days ago
KARACHI—Senior journalist Akhtar Baloch passed away in Karachi on Sunday after a brief illness.
He was an office-bearer of the Hyderabad Press Club, coordinator of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan in Sindh, head of an NGO, and a regular contributor to Dawn.com.
Baloch, also a renowned historian, penned several books on Karachi history, including Karanchi Wala and Yehi Mera Watan. He authored a book on transgender titled: 'Teesri Jins'.
Baloch's friends, family members, and well-wishers expressed their grief on the journalist's demise and offered condolences to the family members.
He left behind a widow and three children.
Pakistan Observer, April 16, 2018
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