Anchor Irza Khan reveals her ‘near-death’ experience 

By: News Desk
Published: 11:11 AM, 7 Sep, 2022
Pakistani journalist and TV anchorperson Irza Khan
Caption: Pakistani journalist and TV anchorperson Irza Khan
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Pakistani journalist and TV anchorperson Irza Khan had a near-death experience on the day she went to report a rally of Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf. She climbed a crane to get a better view and later fell off from a height of 15-20 feet while on-air. The video went quite viral back then.

Being a journalist is not an easy job. You face bans, and arrests and also encounter so many rallies and natural disasters, for on-field reporters; face many difficulties in their careers. But we have witnessed many passionate reporters working on the field and rising to bigger positions.

One such familiar name is Irza Khan who we see questioning the country’s big wigs and reporting on daily matters to keep us updated. Irza started out in 2015-2016 as a field reporter.

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Irza came into the limelight and revealed the incident after years. She said that Allah saved her that day from a major injury.

At the time of the fall, she lost consciousness, and as soon as she could understand what was happening she thought she lost her ability to walk. 

Netizens who knew about the reality however pointed out that Irza’s clarification after six years is too late, while others were happy to see her alive.