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Former FPCCI President and Business leader Tariq Sayeed passes away

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TARIQ SAYEED

KARACHI, (PR): A legendary Business Leader, TARIQ SAYEED, Patron-in-Chief Businessmen Panel (BMP), and former President FPCCI, passed away on Wednesday, 18th August 2021.

President FPCCI Mian Nasser Hyatt Maggo, immediate past president and BMP Chief Mian Anjum Nisar, Amjad Rafi, Haji Ghulam Ali, Shaikh Aslam, Shahzaib Akram, Hanif Lakhani, Sultan Chawla, Mian Mohammad Ali, Haji Fazal Elahie and Mirza Abdur Rahman in their condolence messages recalled and praised more than four decades long services and guidance by the deceased for the business community in Pakistan.

His Namaz-e-Janazah was offered after Namaz-e-Asar, in Masjid Saheem, D.H.A. Phase 6. It was largely attended by leading businessmen and social workers including Mian Nasser Hyatt Maggo, Amjad Rafi, Ghaffar Danawala, Zubair Motiwala, Junaid Makda, Shaikh Sultan Rehman, Sultan Chawla, Mirza Ikhtiar Baig, Zubair Tufail, Usman Ghani, Zakaria Usman, Shaikh Aslam, Shariq Vohra, Iftikhar Ghani Vohra and many other friends and followers of late Tariq Sayeed.

Tariq Sayeed was former President FPCCI, former President SAARC CCI, and former President Karachi CCI. He was founder and Patron-in-Chief of Businessmen Panel (BMP). He was a great patriotic, visionary and philanthropic leader who dedicated his life for the cause of business community of Pakistan. His services to business community will always be remembered.

Tariq Sayeed was born on 20.12.1941, aged 79 years. His father Sayeed A. Shaikh had been Advocate General Sindh and Deputy Attorney General Pakistan. He has left wife, one daughter and a son Khurram Tariq Sayeed. His 3 brothers are Sh. Humayun Sayeed, Babar Sayeed and Wamiq Sayeed. He remained in Hospital due to CORONA for 12 days prior to death.

Friends and family members have requested to pray for the departed soul for the highest place in Jannah and Allah Almighty give strength to the grieved ones to bear this great loss.