Tragic Loss -Tariq Alam Abro Passed Away

Posted: June 12, 2011 in News and Views

Tariq Alam Abro

We were deeply distressed to hear the sad news of demise of prominent sindhi writer, novelist, poet and columnist Tariq Alam Abro, who passed away on 11 jun at 9 pm. He was suffering from kidney and liver problem. Tariq wrote many books, stories, articles including his popular travelogue, “London Tunhja Keda Roop.” His all books got very popular across Sindh. Tariq did a lot of hard to reach his current status of a great Sindhi writer. He wrote, short stories, novels, columns and worked in news papers as well. Tariq will not only be missed as a great writer but also as a nice person and a sweet friend. RightsNOW Pakistan would like to express its deepest condolences with Tariq’s family members and whole Sindh on this big and irreparable loss. We do not have words to properly express the sorrow and shock we feel on his untimely demise.Tariq did a lot of hard in his life to reach his current status of a great Sindhi writer. He wrote, short stories, novels, columns and worked in news papers as well. Tariq will not only be missed as a great writer but also as a nice person and a sweet friend.

Tariq and his poetry:
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Comments
  1. Shakeel Abro says:

    It is a very tragic and irreparable loss to the Sindhi society.The work of Tariq Alam speaks itself and will Now be a Golden part of Sindhi archives. The gap created by the Sad demise of Tariq could never be filled.May Allah Jall-o-Shanhoo place the departed soul in heavenly abode and provide courage to the bereaved family to bear this irreprable loss.Aameen.

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