Sudden Death of Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi.
Death is inevitable, and It comes when It's time. This statement is agreed upon by everyone but often at times, we see people fighting, crying and blaming others on its arrival.
Certainly, no doubt that the pain of losing loved ones is unbearable, but the cause of death also plays a significant role. If it is caused by a person; he will face harsh consequences. Just like the death of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has become a controversy.
The first democratically elected president and chief Muslim Brotherhood official Mohamed Morsi died on 17th June 2019. Unfortunately, he was arrested after the 2013 military coup.
He was accused of leaking state secrets to Qatar, killing protesters during a sit-in outside the presidential palace, and spying for Hamas. He was facing trial in several cases and was sentenced to another two years in prison.
On Monday, Morsi was attending a session in his trial on espionage charges. The Egyptian state newspaper reported that the Egyptian President fainted and died after the case was adjourned. His body was then moved to the hospital. According to Egypt's public prosecutor, Morsi was pronounced dead on arrival at a Cario hospital, after he fainted inside defendants "cage" in the courtroom.
The death of Egyptian President became a topic of controversy when people made claims that he was murdered. Erdogan claimed; Morsi was murdered because he flailed on the court for 20 minutes the authorities denied helping him. Also, the UN called for a "thorough and transparent investigation" into the death of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, drawing criticism from Egypt, which accused the UN of seeking to "politicise" his death. The investigation is going on, and we hope that the Egyptian President gets justice.