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Daughter Munizae: Jahangir and Extrajudicial Killings

daughter munizae: President Mamnoon Hussain, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and others offered condolences, according to Metro News. Jahangir suffered a heart attack late on Saturday night and was rushed to hospital where she died early on Sunday, her daughter Munizae said. News of Jahangir's sudden death shook political, social and media circles in Pakistan, as well as government ranks. Born on Jan. 27 in 1952, Jahangir had a prominent career both as a lawyer and rights activist. Jahangir also served as president of the Supreme Court's Bar Association and was a U.N. rapporteur on human right and extrajudicial killings. She has served as chairwoman of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, and was widely respected for her outspoken criticism of the country's militant and extreme Islamist groups and unparalleled record as rights activist. ( As reported in the news.