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Scholar Allama Syed Zameer Akhtar Naqvi is dead

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The latest reports gathered this morning has it that the popular Scholar and preacher Allama Syed Zameer Akhtar Naqvi passed away in Karachi on Sunday.

Allama reportedly suffered a heart attack and was shifted to the Aga Khan University Hospital Saturday night.

His body is being taken to the Ancholi Imambargah where his funeral prayers will be held.

Allama Naqvi was born on March 24, 1944 in India’s Lucknow.

He authored over 300 books in various fields, including literature, culture, religion, philosophy, logic, journalism, sociology, science, oratory, and language. He was also known for lectures he gave on topics such as science, philosophy and history.

He was the president of the Mir Anees Academy and editor-in-chief of quarterly magazine Al-Qalam.

Few Things You Need To Know About Akhtear

He was born 24 March 1944) is a Pakistani scholar, religious leader, public speaker, and Urdu poet.

Akhtar was born in Lucknow, India in 1944 to Syed Zahir Hasan Naqvi and Syeda Mohsina Zahir Naqvi. His birth name was Zameer Hasan. In 1967, he migrated to Pakistan and permanently settled in Karachi. He studied at the Hussainabad School (matric) and Government Jubilee College, Lucknow, India (inter). Allama Zameer Akhtar Naqvi received his graduate degree at the “Shia College Lucknow”.

Akhtar is an author on more than 300 books in various fields, including literature, culture, religion, philosophy, logics, journalism, sociology, science, oratory, and language. His lectures are based on such as science, philosophy, history, and computer technology, and sometimes also include more diverse subject matter including flexibility, evaluation, future telling, contemporary issues, and current affairs.

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