March 02, 2021
LAHORE—Anisur Rehman, a former editor of Nada-e-Millat magazine of Nawa-e-Waqt Group died of a blood clot in the brain in Lahore.
Weekly Corporate Ambassador reported that the senior journalist, also a TV analyst and blogger was driving near Bhatta-Chowk Lahore when he felt unwell.
The police called 1122 who rushed him to National Hospital. Following an MRI, doctors found a blood clot in his brain and surgically removed the clot. However, Khan could not survive as his heart-beat stopped a day after operation. Doctors pumped his heart for 45 minutes, but could not save his life.
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