Tareen shot himself in the head with his pistol
Alamgir Khan Tareen, the owner of Multan Sultans in the Pakistan Super League, has tragically taken his own life.
Reports indicate that Tareen ended his life by shooting himself in the head with a pistol. The motives behind his suicide remain unknown at this time.
Haider Azhar, the CEO of Multan Sultans, has also verified the news of Tareen’s demise.
The Lahore police have initiated an investigation into the incident, confirming that Tareen’s death was the result of suicide.
In a tragic incident at his residence in Gulberg, Alamgir Khan Tareen took his own life by shooting himself in the head, as confirmed by the Lahore Police.
The Multan Sultans expressed deep sorrow and released a statement announcing the passing of their beloved team owner, Alamgir Khan Tareen. The statement also requested privacy for Tareen’s family during this difficult time and extended thoughts and prayers to them. May his soul rest in eternal peace.
The police officials present at the scene reported that a handwritten suicide note was found, mentioning Tareen’s “illness.” However, no further details about the illness were disclosed. Close friends of Tareen, approached by Geo News, stated that he had not mentioned anything about being ill while he was alive.
At the age of 63, Tareen was unmarried but had plans to get married in December later this year. He had earned recognition as a prominent businessman in South Punjab and operated one of the largest water purification plants in the country. Tareen obtained his bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley and completed his master’s degree from the esteemed Yale University.
According to the official website of the Multan Sultans, Tareen was a passionate sports enthusiast who aimed to establish a strong platform for aspiring athletes, providing them with the best resources to enhance their skills. He was also instrumental in implementing a data-driven approach within the cricket franchise.
Atif Rana, the CEO of Lahore Qalandars, expressed his condolences, highlighting the memorable journey they shared with Alamgir in the context of the Pakistan Super League. Rana described Tareen as a good friend with a dignified personality.