November 04, 2021
ISLAMABAD—The Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) staff and management have expressed deep grief over the sad demise of their former Director News, Liaqat Ali Toor, who passed away after a protracted illness.
Toor, 71, was on a ventilator and breathed his last on Wednesday. Reportedly, he had been suffering from dengue fever for the past few days.
He also served as an APP correspondent in India for about three years. After retirement from APP, he remained affiliated with various English-language newspapers.
During his meritorious services with the state-run news agency, Toor covered important beats. He reported on VVIP activities and also did special assignments.
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