Google pays tribute to social activist Parveen Rehman.



Karachi: Search engine Google has paid tribute to well-known social activist Parveen Rehman through a doodle on her 65th birthday.

Parveen Rehman was born on January 22, 1957 in Dhaka, the capital of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). Parveen Rehman was a Pakistani social worker and director of the Orangi Pilot Project Research and Training Institute.

On March 13, 2013, Parveen Rehman was shot dead on his way to his office. The incident took place on Manghopir Road in Karachi. The accused managed to escape from the scene. While Parveen Rehman was rushed by her driver to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital in critical condition, where she succumbed to her injuries while undergoing treatment.


On December 17 last year, an anti-terrorism court in Karachi had sentenced four accused to life imprisonment twice in connection with the murder of social activist Parveen Rehman. The four accused Rahim Swati, Ahmad Khan, Amjad and Ayaz Swati were also fined Rs 200,000 each. A fifth convict, Imran Swati, was sentenced to seven years in prison and fined Rs 200,000 for aiding other convicts in the murder.

Investigations into the murder of Parveen Rehman, director of the Orangi Town Pilot Project in Karachi, have revealed that he was killed by assassins for Rs 4 million. 

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