KARACHI: Famous Pakistani comedian Omar Sharif’s family has expressed outrage after false news of his death went viral on social media, saying he was fine. Users should not spread such news without confirmation. FALSE NEWS OF FAMOUS COMEDIAN OMAR SHARIF’S Leading social networking sites, such as Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, have been the scene of fake news and videos claiming that the legendary comedian has died.
These social media posts not only expressed grief over the demise of Nasir Omar Sharif but also requested Pakistanis to offer special prayers for his forgiveness. As soon as this news came to light, people started spreading them without confirmation, after which these posts went viral.
The inside story of the meeting of the Federal Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister came to light Anyone who read this news on social media expressed regret by commenting on it and shared it on their post. Along with Facebook, the same happened to Twitter users, where rumors and fake news were shared in droves. Later, Omar Sharif’s family expressed outrage over the false news and asked how people started spreading such rumors without confirmation. We are deeply saddened by this attitude of the people.
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Omar Sharif’s son Javed told the media that the news circulating on social media was full of lies. It may be recalled that a few days ago, a photo of comedian Omar Sharif went viral, in which he is sitting in a wheelchair in a state of illness.
Sharing this photo from his Twitter account, prayers were requested for Omar Sharif’s recovery. Omar Sharif’s family said the photo was taken some time ago when he had to be taken to hospital due to ill health.
FORMER HOCKEY PLAYER JAHANGIR BUTT DIES
LAHORE: Former Pakistan hockey player and Olympian Jahangir Butt has passed away. Jahangir Butt hoisted the Pakistani flag at the 1968 Mexico Olympics and won a gold medal. Olympian Jahangir Butt represented Pakistan in 2 Olympics.
He won a gold medal at the 1968 Mexico Olympics and a silver medal at the 1972 Munich Olympics. Former Olympian Jahangir Butt won a silver medal for Pakistan at the 1966 Asian Games in Bangkok and a gold medal for Pakistan at the 1970 Asian Games in Bangkok.
The inside story of the meeting of the Federal Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister came to light The late Olympian Jahangir Butt remained associated with the Pakistan Customs Department in his professional life and retired as Superintendent of Customs.
President of Pakistan Hockey Federation Brigadier (retd) Khalid Sajjad Khokhar and Secretary General Asif Bajwa have expressed deep sorrow and grief over the demise of Olympian Jahangir Butt. Former Olympians Abdul Waheed Khan, Islahuddin Siddiqui, Samiullah Khan, Hanif Khan and others also expressed deep sorrow.