VIDEO: Terrible news of Channel 5 reporter, Sadaf Naeem’s tragic death as she slipped and fell from the moving container near Sadhoke KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, October 30, 2022

VIDEO: Terrible news of Channel 5 reporter, Sadaf Naeem’s tragic death as she slipped and fell from the moving container near Sadhoke

Terrible news of Channel 5 reporter Sadaf Naeem’s tragic death as she slipped and fell from the moving container…

Sadaf Naeem, a reporter covering the PTI’s long march for Channel 5, was crushed to death during an accident near Sadhoke on Sunday.

According to Channel 5, the reporter was run over by PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s container. The media outlet said that Naeem fell from the container after which she was crushed by the vehicle.

“We are not 100 per cent sure about the identity but the reports are very bad,” he said prior to the confirmation by the channel.

Fawad requested the public to take caution while walking along Imran’s container, adding that the lives of all people contributing to the march were “precious and respected”.

As a result of the incident, the PTI called off today’s activities in solidarity.

He also called off the activities of the long march for the day.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif also expressed regret over the death of Sadaf Naeem, a reporter covering PTI’s long march for Channel Five, saying that he was “deeply saddened” by the incident.

Extending his condolences to her family, PM Shehbaz praised Sadaf as a “dynamic and hardworking reporter”.

After the incident, the PTI leadership stopped the long march caravan and urged the workers to stay away from the container.

PTI Chairman Imran Khan, who was present on the container, expressed deep sorrow and grief over the incident.

In a statement, the late journalist’s husband said that his wife died after the truck ran over her when she fell down from a divider on road.

“This is an accident and I do not want to initiate any legal action,” he said, adding that he did not want the autopsy of his wife.

Sadaf Naeem’s funeral prayers will be offered at 69 Shah Deen Scheme near Junior Model School Icchra on Monday.

Meanwhile, a police constable identified as Liaqat Ali has died reportedly of heart attack while performing duty during the long march. According to local media reports, he is survived by three daughters and a son.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif also expressed sorrow over the incident saying he is “deeply saddened by the death of reporter Sadaf Naeem after falling from a long march container”.

“Heartfelt condolences go to the family. Sadaf Naeem was a dynamic and hardworking reporter. We pray for patience for the family of the deceased,” he added in a tweet.

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