The tragic demise of Alamgir Tareen, the owner of Multan Sultans and brother of Jahangir Tareen, has sent shockwaves through society. His suicide on a Thursday morning has not only left his loved ones in deep sorrow but also sparked a broader conversation about the escalating issue of depression in our society.
In the wake of this tragedy, Shazia, the fiancé of the late businessman, has finally broken her silence. Amidst swirling rumors and speculation surrounding Tareen’s untimely death, Shazia spoke candidly with a local TV channel to shed light on the man behind the public persona.
She painted a picture of a man who was deeply in love with her, with plans to marry in the near future. She dismissed any major health concerns, stating that he only had some minor skin issues. However, in his suicide note, Tareen himself mentioned suffering from multiple medical conditions, including dermatitis, and being under treatment with steroids.
Shazia remembered Tareen as a loving individual who treated everyone with respect. He was a gentleman who never raised his voice, even with his staff. A passionate cricket lover, Tareen was also known for his wanderlust.
In her statement to the police, Shazia revealed that she had spoken to Tareen over the phone for about half an hour before his death, discussing routine matters. This conversation, unbeknownst to her at the time, would be their last.
Alamgir Tareen’s death is a stark reminder of the silent battles many individuals face. As society grapples with the loss of this prominent figure, it is crucial to address the underlying issues of mental health that often go unnoticed until it’s too late.