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Pakistani researcher lost his life in Portugal while bravely resisting a robbery attempt

Relatives report that Anthony Shaukat traveled to Portugal for a research endeavor affiliated with Shaukat Khanum Hospital.

In Lahore, a young Pakistani researcher tragically lost his life during a robbery confrontation in Porto, Portugal, as per a report on Friday.

The victim, identified as Anthony Shoukat, had traveled to Portugal for a research assignment associated with Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital, as stated by his family.

Urging the government’s assistance, the family pleaded for swift repatriation of the victim’s remains and the apprehension of those responsible for the crime.

They revealed that Anthony had completed his master’s degree in Sweden and obtained his PhD from Germany.

In March, tragedy struck as Fahimuddin, a Pakistani-German resident who had relocated from Karachi’s Azizabad neighborhood to Germany, was fatally stabbed along with his family in the city of Ulm.

Ahmed Saeed, a close friend of the victim, Fahimuddin, recounted that the attacker initially targeted Fahimuddin’s wife and daughters before fatally assaulting Fahim himself. Saeed further mentioned that the assailant is alive and receiving medical treatment at a hospital.

“The passing of Fahimuddin has deeply saddened his neighbors and friends. Fahim was cherished among us, sharing many cherished moments together. Currently, Fahimuddin’s wife and daughters are in critical condition, with two of their daughters fortunately managing to escape harm by hiding.”

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