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Bank of Punjab leading government Zafar Masud who was on board the flight that crashed around the Karachi airport leaving 90 lifeless, escaped with accidents on his hip and collar bone.
- Last Up to date: May well 23, 2020, 2: 02 PM IST
The PIA airplane which crashed on Friday has only two survivors — a person of whom is Lender of Punjab prime executive Zafar Masud. His roots are in western Uttar Pradesh’s Amroha and he belongs to the relatives of Kamal Amrohi of Pakeezah fame.
Masud, who was on board the flight that crashed close to the Karachi airport leaving 90 dead, escaped with injuries on his hip and collar bone.
His relatives migrated to Pakistan in 1952, his relative Adil Zaffar explained to IANS in India. Adil Zafar, who is a documentary filmmaker in Mumbai, is the initially cousin of his mother. Adil spoke to Masud’s family members in Karachi immediately after the crash. “Everybody is relieved by his miraculous escape,” Adil mentioned.
Adil mentioned that he fulfilled Masud in 2015 in Karachi and Masud is incredibly fond of India and wished to go to Amroha to see his ancestral property.
Zafar Masud’s mother is straight similar to Kamal Amrohi as his maternal grandfather Taqi Amrohi, who was a journalist in Pakistan, was the Pakeezah filmmaker’s cousins.
Masud relatives belongs to Saddo Mohalla in Amroha.
His grandfather Masood Hasan was a lawyer and his father Munnawar Sayeed was Tv artist in Pakistan.
At the very least two people among nearly 100 aboard the Pakistan Worldwide Airline (PIA) passenger aircraft from Lahore to Karachi survived as it crashed minutes just before landing at the Jinnah International Airport on Friday, Sindh Wellness Minister Azra Fazal Pechuho mentioned.
The PIA A320 passenger plane was carrying at minimum 90 passengers and 8 crew associates in the flight PK 8303, when it crashed into the densely populated vicinity of Jinnah Gardens in Model Colony positioned following to the runway.
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