KARACHI – Mir Javed ur Rahman, a well-known Pakistani publisher, died on Tuesday in Karachi.
The world, which was president and printer, publisher of the Jang Group, was treated at a private hospital in Karachi and struggled with lung cancer.
President Arif Alvi expressed his sincere condolences to the Rahman family in connection with the disappearance of World Javed ur Rahman and prayed for a dead soul.
How sad. Mir Javed Rehman passed away. Very soft spoken and nice man. Had known him and his family all my life. Talked to family yesterday to find out about his health. May Allah give them the strength to bear this loss.
انناللہ وإنا إليه راجعون
— Dr. Arif Alvi (@ArifAlvi) March 31, 2020
Mir Javed ur Rahman inherited a media group from his father Mir Halil-ur-Rahman. Her younger brother, editor-in-chief of Jang Geo, Mir Shaquille-ur-Rahman, who is detained by the NAB in Lahore, asked the relevant authorities to allow him to go to Karachi to see his sick brother.
Authorities, authorities said, allowed him to go to Karachi, but Geo News said he was unable to meet with his brother.