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Judgment inquiry sought by family members in humility case

The death of a Hindu student Smriti Namrata at Dental College in Sindh province, Pakistan, has been declared a sore throat, however, the family refused to accept it and demanded her judicial inquiry.



Initial post-mortem reports indicate that there are marks on the neck of humility, but the cause of his death can be given only after a complete and final report has been received.

Namrata was a student of Asifa Bib Dental College administered by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Medical University in Larkana, her body was recovered from the hostel room number three last night.


SSP Larkana Masood Bangash told the BBC that Namrata's brother was present at the time of the post-mortem while the room was locked inside at the time of the incident, but police are still investigating whether it was suicide or murder. '

He said the investigation may take two to three days to complete.

On the other hand, Dr Vishal Chandani, the brother of Namrata, rejected the initial report, saying that the finding that the authorities had written to him had marks on the wounds on both hands and legs but there was no mention of it in the preliminary report. Is.

"He said he would give the report at eleven o'clock, but after five o'clock we sent the report. He said that we have a VS Sheep mark. I have X-rays, which shows that the black-colored mark is clear, so from this report We are not at all satisfied with the judicial inquiry of the incident. '

Meanwhile, on Wednesday night, a protest was staged in Karachi for a transparent investigation by the Hindu community on the three swords in the Swat Valley. Protestors approached provincial minister Mukesh Chawla for talks, but protesters say that as long as Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah does not negotiate with them and does not assure justice.

Mukesh Chawla later accompanied the Provincial Adviser, Murtaza Wahab. He assured the protesters that the hostel warden would be suspended while the Vice Chancellor would issue a show cause notice as the Vice Chancellor could not be removed without showmanship. Also accepted the demand for a judicial inquiry into the incident.

Earlier, Vice Chancellor of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Medical University, Dr. Anila Ataur Rehman, on Tuesday condoled with the family members of Namrata and said that they were investigating the matter, but the survivors expressed their dissatisfaction with them. Only a judicial inquiry is allowed.
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