Karachi: Boxer Aslam Khan's body left for Pishin after being punched by a rival

The body of boxer Muhammad Aslam Khan, who died after being punched by oponenet boxer during a boxing match at Pavilion Club in Karachi, has been sent to his native city of Pishin, Balochistan.

Gulistan-e-Jauhar police are unaware of the incident but the family has not taken any legal action.

Muhammad Aslam Khan, a national level boxer from the Pishin area of Balochistan, was seriously injured when he was hit on the head during a bout at Pavilion Club on Rashid Minhas Road in Gulshan-e-Iqbal area of ​​Karachi last night.

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According to the family, boxer Aslam Khan was rushed to a private hospital on Stadium Road where he died at 2.30 pm on Sunday.

A close relative, Abdullah, told Jang that Aslam's body had been flown to his hometown of Pishin in Balochistan after a shroud bath.

According to the family, funeral prayers and burial will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday at Masoom Baba Cemetery in Pishin.

According to Aziz Aziz Akram Khan, Aslam Khan was injured in the fight, so no legal action was taken.

According to close relative Abdullah, the late boxer Aslam Khan has left his widow and two daughters in mourning.

SSP East Sajid Amir Saduzai said that he had received information about the incident. The police were not aware of the incident and no one had registered a case of death during the boxing match.

According to SHO Azam Gopang of Gulistan-e-Jauhar police station, no boxing match was known in the pavilion club and no one reported it to Gulistan-e-Jauhar police station.

He said that any game in which there is a danger of death cannot be played without the permission of the government.

According to Inspector Azam Gopang, permission is sought from the Deputy Commissioner for any such activity, a permit is submitted to the police station, but the media is investigating the death of boxer Aslam Khan on its own.

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