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    [post_id] => 139436
    [title] => Poetess succumbs to wounds after falling from stage
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    [excerpt] => The young poetess had been critically injured after she fell from the stage during the closing ceremony of the National Book Festival
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ISLAMABAD: Farzana Naz, a poetess, passed away in a private hospital in Islamabad after succumbing to her wounds on Tuesday.

The young poetess had been critically injured after she fell from the stage during the closing ceremony of the National Book Festival, a three-day festival which kicked off on April 22, at the Pakistan-China Centre on Monday.

According to the doctors, she got a head injury after falling from some height. She was shifted to the intensive care unit of a private hospital in the federal capital, where she passed away.

The poetess, who hailed from Rawalpindi, is survived by a six-year-old daughter and four-year-old son.

Adviser to the Prime Minister for National History and Literary Heritage, Irfan Siddiqui, expressed his condolence over the untimely demise of the young poetess. He also expressed that all arrangements will be made to sponsor the children of the deceased.

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