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Pakistani Woman Hockey Player Was Died In An Italian Boat Accident.

Pakistani women hockey player Shahida Raza among casualties in Italy.

International hockey player Shahida, popularly known as Chintu in her circles, represented Pakistan. She participated in domestic football as well.

The athlete, who was from Quetta, was reportedly going through a challenging time as a single mother after getting divorced, according to sources familiar to her family.

Shahida decided to migrate illegally to Europe in order to guarantee a better future.

She competed for Pakistan in both hockey and football.

Shehla Raza, vice president of the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF), Tanzila Amir Cheema. Secretary of the PH Women Wing, and other hockey enthusiasts stated their

Shehla Raza, vice president of the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF). Tanzila Amir Cheema, secretary of the PH Women Wing. and other hockey-related individuals expressed their sorrow over her passing.

In a press release on Tuesday, the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PFF) said that its president. Brigadier R. Khalid Sajjad Khokhar, secretary general, Haider Hussain, chairperson of the women’s hockey wing, Syeda Shehla Raza, and general manager of the women’s wing. Tanzeela Amir Cheema, had sent their condolences to the family of former international women’s hockey player Shahida Raza

Officials reported that at least 59 migrants, including Pakistanis, perished after their overloaded boat capsized early in rough seas off the coast of Calabria, in southern Italy.

Two Pakistanis, along with one Turk, were detained in relation to the event on

According to the local police, two Pakistanis and a Turk were detained in connection with the event on suspicion of transporting up to 200 migrants.

According to Lieutenant Colonel Alberto Lippolis, three individuals—two citizens of Pakistan and one of Turkey—were “the principal culprits of the accident”. and were responsible for sailing the boat from Turkey to Italy in spite of the terrible weather.

Preliminary investigations indicate that the migrants were allegedly solicited for about 8,000 euros ($8,485) each. According to Lippolis, the head of the Calabrian province’s finance police team. The three are in police custody.

One of the Pakistanis was a child. According to a judicial source, who also said that a fourth suspect—a Turkish national—was being sought by authorities.

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