Janda Khan, a young Pakistani cricketer, tragically died while competing in a local cricket tournament in Karachi. According to reports, the 33-year-old collapsed while batting during the semi-finals of a local tournament in Radio Pakistan Colony in Quaidabad, Karachi.
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Janda Khan was playing for New Paramount Cricket Club in Zone 5 when he suffered heart failure during a match against Waqar Sports. The cricketer was rushed to the hospital, but he died before receiving medical attention.
The 33-year-old was born in Bannu but raised in Karachi’s Gul Ahmed Chowrangi, where he worked as a laborer. The deceased cricketer was survived by his wife and a nine-month-old daughter. He was laid to rest in Karachi’s Landhi Cemetery, which is located in the city’s eastern outskirts.
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