Pakistan – (07 October 2021) : Hameed asserted that Ijaz was the tallest man in Pakistan at a tallness of eight feet and two inches, yet this case in regards to his stature couldn’t be affirmed. Last month, it was accounted for that Pakistan’s second tallest man Naseer Soomro, 51, was experiencing constant lung sickness. On September 18, the Sindh government had declared to bear the costs of his treatment.
Considering his chronic sickness, Sindh Health Minister Dr. Azra Fazal Pechuho gave mandates for his therapy at Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi at the commonplace government’s cost. The move was made after a video of Soomro turned into a web sensation via online media where he could be seen whining about the flighty disposition of the Sindh government. Muhammad Ijaz, who was, as asserted by his family, the tallest man in Pakistan, has died at 42 years old in the Bhakkar area of Punjab, Geo News announced Thursday.
Muhammad Ijaz’s family affirmed that he had passed on in the wake of experiencing a long disease. Ijaz’s sibling Abdul Hameed said that Ijaz was experiencing bone sickness. Pakistan’s ‘tallest man’ Muhammad Ijaz died on Wednesday in Punjab’s Bhakkar locale at 42 years old years, his family affirmed.
As indicated by family sources, Ijaz Ahmed was experiencing a bone issue. Muhammad Ijaz was eight foot two inches and Pakistan’s tallest man, his sibling guaranteed. A memorial service petition will be offered tomorrow at the local town.
It is relevant to make reference to here that Pakistan’s second tallest man Naseer Soomro, who is seven foot nine inches, is supposed to be experiencing persistent lung sickness.
On September 18, the Sindh government had declared to bear the costs of treatment of Pakistan’s second tallest man Naseer Soomro. Paying heed to his chronic sickness, Sindh Health Minister Dr. Azra Fazal Pechuho gave orders for his therapy at Agha Khan University Hospital, Karachi at the common government’s cost.
In 2018, Soomro, who hails from Sindh’s Shikarpur locale, was put on a ventilator at a private medical clinic because of some breathing issues.