In a touching tribute to their late father, Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain, his children, Dua Aamir and Ahmed Aamir, penned heartfelt notes expressing their love and admiration for him.
Dr. Bushra Iqbal, Dr. Aamir Liaquat’s wife, shared the heartfelt messages on social media, along with a photo of the family together. This is the first Ramadan without the renowned Islamic scholar gracing our TV screens.
Dr. Aamir Liaquat’s son expressed his love and affection for his late father with a beautiful Urdu poem. In his poem, Ahmed Aamir reminisced about the impact his father had on his life and how the late televangelist’s guidance had shaped him into the person he is today.
The poem read, “Life was beautiful because of your personality. Your kind and gentle conversations were always sweet. From childhood to youth, I held onto your finger on this journey. But in the future, we will feel empty-handed.”
He went on to add, “In loneliness, your shadow is always requested, every moment, every awakening, we feel your absence deeply. We will continue to pray for you throughout our lives, but we will never forget the moments we shared.”
Ahmed concluded his poem with wishing his father Ramadan Mubarak, saying “We will always pray for you, but we won’t be able to forget you.”
On the other hand, Dr. Aamir Liaquat’s daughter, Dua Aamir wrote a heartfelt note, and the difficulties of spending Ramadan without him.
She thanked everyone for their support and expressed gratitude towards the love she and her family had received. She also discussed the pain of losing a father.
Dua further highlighted her father’s devotion and services to spreading Islam and creating a family culture of Ramadan all across Pakistan.
Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain was a prominent media personality, scholar, and politician in Pakistan. He became a household name for his iconic Ramadan transmissions. Even fellow host, Waseem Badami paid a touching tribute to the late televangelist.
He started this trend and brought a new dimension to the Ramadan transmissions by introducing new naats and kalams that touched the hearts of millions of viewers. He was known for his soulful voice and his ability to connect with his audience.
Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain passed away on 9 June. His final days were marred with scandals, divorces, and controversies which not only took a toll on his mental health but tarnished his public image.