Shah Mahmood Rejects Fake News of His Death on Wikipedia

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Vice Chairman and Foreign Minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, has denounced the reports of his death shared widely on Indian social media platforms.

While speaking to a local news channel, Qureshi said that the Indian social media lobby has modified his Wikipedia profile and added 4th July 2020 as his death date. The reports triggered a state of panic among family, friends, and PTI workers, Qureshi added.


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PTI Vice Chairman has said that he is recovering from the COVID-19 infection and requested his supporters not to pay heed to any fake news regarding his health.

Qureshi had tested positive for the Coronavirus on 3 July after exhibiting mild symptoms of the infection.

Since then, the minister has been in quarantine and discharging official responsibilities from his home.


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Recently, Zain Qureshi, Shah Mahmood’s son, also tested positive for the Coronavirus.

In a Twitter post, Zain wrote that he and his father are in isolation and doing well, and are expected to make a complete recovery from the disease.

  • The reports may have triggered a state of panic among family, friends, but certainly not among PTI workers.

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