The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Wednesday (Sep 25) gave the go-ahead for a judicial inquiry into the Nimrita Kumari death case. According to sources, SHC had written a letter to a session judge in Larkana over the death of final-year medical student, Nimrita.
The session judge had sought the SHC’s permission for a judicial inquiry into the matter over the provincial government’s request. Earlier, chemical analysis report of a student of Asifa dental college of Larkana, Nimrita, who died in mysterious circumstances, has been issued while no evidence of any poison or material found in it.
The report issued by Rohri laboratory stated in the report that no evidence of drugs and other material found in Nimrita body while her histopathology report will come after a few days. On the other hand, the police recorded a statement of another friend of Nimrita, Geeta, in which she told that they entered Nimrita room by breaking doors and found the dead body of Nimrita hanging on the fan.
In her statement, she said that they first used a knife to cut snare around her neck but her doupata could not be cut while she opened her snare of doupata through her teeth adding that her pulse was active at that time while police have confirmed founding a knife during a search of her room.
Police said that the mobile phone of Nimrita still could not be unlocked yet while most of the calls directed Mahran Abro from Nimrita mobile.
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27 September, 2019