Alamgir Tareen, the Multan Sultans’ (PSL) franchise owner, committed himself on Thursday, according to Nfl live scores in LAHORE.
According to Lahore Police, he used a firearm to shoot himself in the head. The sad event happened in Tareen’s Gulberg home.
In a statement, Sultans stated, “It is with great regret that we announce the news of the demise of our beloved team owner, Alamgir Khan Tareen.
“Tareen’s family is in our thoughts and prayers. Please be considerate of his family’s need for privacy. May his spirit rest in peace forever,” it concluded.
Tareen left a handwritten suicide note that said he was “suffering from an illness,” but no other information was provided, according to the police officers present at the scene of the crime.
However, when questioned by Geo News, a few of Tareen’s close acquaintances said that the dead never brought up his condition while he was alive.
The 63-year-old was single but was set to get married in December of this year.
In South Punjab, Tareen made a reputation for himself as a successful businessman and ran one of the biggest water purifying facilities in the nation.
He earned his undergraduate degree from the famous Yale University before finishing his graduate studies at the University of California, Berkeley.
Tareen was “a sports enthusiast who wanted to work towards creating a solid platform for aspiring sportsmen and women and to provide them with the best possible resources to further develop their skills,” according to the Sultans’ official website.
The cricket franchise’s use of a data-based strategy was also inspired by Tareen.
“Our trip with Alamgir for the PSL was remarkable. He was a decent buddy with a refined demeanor, according to Lahore Qalandars CEO Atif Rana.