Dr Aamir Liaquat Husain to Host Amaan Ramazan on GEO TVGeo TV has selected Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain to host Ramazan Transmission in 2013. He will host Amaan Ramazan program on Geo TV channel from 1st of Ramazan. In this special Ramadan Transmission famous Naat Khawans, Islamic Scholars and other Islamic figures will be invited by Amir Liaquat. Dr. Amir Liauqat will also take live calls during the live transmission. Geo TV Live Transmissions are liked and appreciated by the people from all over the world. But this time it it heard that the live TV Show “Amaan Ramazan” will broke all the previous record of Ramadan Transmissions. Amir Liaquat has also recorded the live transmissions during Shab-e-Braat and Shab-e-Meraj, which were highly appreciated by the viewers. Geo TV team has made a beautiful set for live Ramazan Transmission, where DR. Amir Liaquat will be hosting the special transmission during Ramadan in the Sehar and Iftar timings. The Amaan Ramazan Kalam is also being on aired on Geo TV, which has been recorded in Dubai. This time million of viewers will be watching the live Ramadan Transmission on different TV channels in Pakistan. Last Year, Amir Liaquat has also hosted a Ramazan Special show on Geo TV. He was previously working with ARY Digital TV, which he left due to some personal reason. His live transmission on Geo TV During Ramazan got fame, and people are waiting for his Ramazan show on Geo TV. You can see the promo of Special Ramazan Transmission “Amaan Ramazan”, which is on air since few days and viewers are waiting for Ramadan, when they will be able to watch Dr. Amir Liaquat Show in the Sehar and Iftar Timings. The episodes of Amaan Ramzan will also go live on video sharing sites, where you will be able to watch previous live transmissions and episodes. He has become the famous personality in the Islamic shows, and people are appreciating his latest live show Amaan Ramazan, which will be soon broadcast from Geo TV. You can also participate in the live transmission of Aman Ramzan in Karachi, which will be recorded by Geo TV.