Engro Corporation Shahzada Dawood Died In Titanic sub tragedy

Following the unfortunate tragedy in the North Atlantic, the family of businessman Shahzada Dawood, who was born in Pakistan, and his 19-year-old son Suleman, issued a touching statement expressing their sincere thanks to all those engaged in the rescue attempts.

Hussain and Kulsum Dawood, the parents of the Dawood family, expressed their deep gratitude for the steadfast support they received during this unfathomable loss.

The Dawood family expressed their gratitude for the rescue teams’ persistent efforts in a statement, stating that the love and support they received helped them through this trying time. The family’s hearts were affected by the massive outpouring of sympathy and support from friends, government representatives, and Pakistan’s foreign minister.

The family accepted the condolences sent to them from all around the world even though the specifics of the funeral rites have not yet been disclosed. The tragic news about Shahzada Dawood, the vice-chairman of Engro Corporation, and the destiny of his son Suleman touched a nerve around the world, causing TV stations to pause their regular broadcasts to break the sad news.

In a statement of condolence posted on the Dawood Foundation’s Facebook page, the deceased’s parents stated:

“We announce the passing of Shahzada and Suleman Dawood with deep sorrow. Onboard OceanGate’s Titan submersible when it sank beneath were our dear sons. During this trying time of loss, kindly keep the departed souls and our family in your prayers.
All those who contributed to the rescue efforts have our sincere gratitude. Their never-ending efforts gave us courage throughout this difficult period. We owe a debt of gratitude to everyone who supported us when we were in need, including our friends, family, coworkers, and well-wishers from around the world. The overwhelming love and support we get keep enabling us to withstand this unfathomable loss.

We send our sincere sympathies to the families of the other Titan submersible passengers. We regret that we are unable to take calls at this time and ask that messages of support, sympathy, and prayer be sent instead. The specifics of their last rituals in this life will shortly be revealed.

The distraught family wrote in a different letter, which was picked up by the BBC, “Our thoughts are with the victims of this tragedy, one which has been followed around the world.”

It stated that people’s finest and worst qualities come out in response to a tragedy of this magnitude.

In their statement, the Dawood family emphasized the divergent reactions to such tragedies, saying they had seen both the finest and worst in people during this trying period.

“While some people go above and above to help and support, others savor the opportunity to further their own interests. The family claimed that how someone acts in such situations says more about who they are as a person than anything else.

They expressed gratitude to those who provided sincere assistance and made altruistic contributions, understanding that people’s responses to adversity reveal their actual nature.

The statement read, “The family is grateful to those who displayed the best in humanity and is still in awe of the love and support it has received.”

Engro Corporation released a statement saying, “With heavy hearts and great sadness, we grieve the loss of our vice-chairman, Shahzada Dawood, and his beloved son, Suleman Dawood.”

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