The family says his funeral will be offered on Tuesday evening and will be laid to rest in Mewa Shah graveyard.
He was 91.
Ebrahim who was born in Indian Gujrat on February 12, 1928 emerged as prominent jurist of Pakistan. He served as Sindh Governor, Supreme Court Judge and Chief Election Commissioner. He was a prominent constitutional expert, senior advocate Supreme Court, former Federal law minister and former attorney general of Pakistan.
Ebrahim received an undergraduate degree in law in 1949 and studied courses based on philosophy and attended lectures given by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
Later, in 1950, Ebrahim family migrated to Pakistan and attended Sindh Muslim Law College and received LLM degree and an honorary doctorate degree in 1960 and established his own law firm by the name of Fakhruddin G. Ebrahim & Company.