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Junaid Jamshaid the last bayan before death.Junaid Jamshed biography
Junaid Jamshed Khan (September 3, 1964 – December 7, 2016) جنید جمشید‎ was a Pakistani account craftsman, TV character, from originator, incidental on-screen character, vocalist musician, and evangelist. In the wake of graduating with a degree in designing from the College of Building and Innovation (Lahore), Jamshed quickly filled in as a regular citizen temporary worker and specialist for the Pakistan Flying corps previously concentrating on a melodic profession.

Jamshed first increased across the country conspicuousness and universal acknowledgment as gathering 'Crucial Signs' vocalist in 1987 with the collection, Fundamental Signs 1. It incorporated the singles "Dil Pakistan", and "Tum Mil Gaye". The business accomplishment of Crucial Signs' first collection built up Pakistan's shake music industry.

In 1994, he discharged his introduction solo collection, Junaid of Crucial Signs took after by Us Rah Standard in 1999 and Dil Ki Baat in 2002. In 2004, Jamshed left the two his designing and music professions and, a short time later, centered around his religious exercises for Islam and recounting nasheeds on television and discharging them on CDs. Jamshed additionally claimed a dressing boutique with the name "J." (read as "Jay Speck"), which has a few outlets all through Pakistan and some abroad.

Junaid Jamshed and his second spouse kicked the bucket on 7

December 2016 when PIA Flight 661 slammed into Havelian. The flight was in transit to Islamabad from Chitral. He was in Chitral for a Tablighi Jamaat mission and was coming back to Islamabad

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