Pakistan was shocked as soon as the news of the death of Alamgir Khan Tareen, the owner of Pakistan Super League (PSL) team Multan Sultans, came. He committed suicide by shooting himself in the head. According to Pakist. media reports, Tareen shot herself with a pistol at her residence in Gulberg, Lahore. After the incident, the Lahore Police started an investigation and preliminary reports indicated that it was a case of suicide.
Cricket community mourns in Pakistan and abroad
Haider Azhar, CEO of Multan Sultan, confirmed Tareen’s death. The news of the death of the Multan Sultans owner has sent shockwaves across the cricket community in Pakistan and abroad. According to the police, he was suffering from a disease, which is also mentioned in the suicide note. Although this is surprising. Actually, he was one of the biggest businessmen of Pakistan.
Owner of billions and married in December, then why suicide?
His net worth was $80 million, which is approximately equivalent to 67 billion Pakist. rupees. He was running all the major business of the cricket team. His friends say that he never mentioned any illness. The surprising thing here is that 63-year-old Alam was to be married in December this year. Before this such incident is surprising. According to some reports, the police have recovered a suicide note from the spot. The note mentions his struggle with an undisclosed illness. Tareen, 63, was unmarried but was set to tie the knot later this year in December.
Who is Alamgir Khan Tareen?
As per the information available on the official website of Multan Sultan, Alamgir Khan Tareen is a prominent businessman from South Punjab, Pakistan. He was recognized for his role as the Managing Director of Shamim & Co. (Pvt.) Ltd. The company has the official bottling and franchise rights for PepsiCo in South Punjab and has been headed by Tareen since 1990. Apart from this, he was also the owner of Pakistan’s largest purifier company.
studied in america
Tareen received his bachelor’s degree from the prestigious University of California, Berkeley and later completed his master’s degree from Yale University. He was a sports lover who firmly believed that sports could have a positive impact on development. With this confidence, he bought the Multan Sultans franchise in the Pakistan Super League. Mohammad Rizwan is the captain of the team and he helped them win the PSL title in 2021.