The Express Tribune's district correspondent Mureeb Mohmand passes away

Mohmand was associated with Express Media Group for over 10 years


News Desk November 12, 2019

Mureeb Mohmand, The Express Tribune's correspondent for tribal districts, passed away on Tuesday after brief illness. He was 48.

Mohmand was admitted to Peshawar’s Lady Reading Hospital where, according to medics, he suffered a heart attack during a surgery.

He is survived by his wife, four sons, and one daughter.

Mohmand had been with the Express Media Group for over 10 years. And during his long association with the group, he had contributed to The Express Tribune, Express News and Daily Express.

He belonged to Haleemzai sub-clan of the Mohmand tribe. He had initial schooling in Shabqadar tehsil of Charsadda district and then graduated from Islamia College before completing his master’s degree from Peshawar University. He was a student of MPhil (History).

Mureeb was a brave and dauntless reporter who had reported from the erstwhile tribal areas during the Taliban militancy and subsequent military operations. He was awarded for his work.

His funeral was offered at Charsadda Ada Qabristan after Zuhr prayers. Mureeb’s colleagues remember him for his soft-spoken nature and commitment to journalism.









 

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Falcon | 1 year ago | Reply May his soul rest in peace
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