Aamir Liaquat’s physique to be exhumed for post-mortem on June 23

Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain. Picture: Titter/@HamzaAzhrSalam/file 

KARACHI: In compliance with the courtroom’s order, the Sindh well being division on Monday determined to exhume the physique of eminent televangelist and PTI MNA Aamir Liaquat for postmortem examination on June 23.

On June 18, in a bid to determine the precise reason behind his mysterious dying, a further district and classes decide (Karachi East) had ordered to conduct an post-mortem on the physique of Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain.

As per a notification issued by the Sindh well being division, Hussain’s physique shall be exhumed on Thursday morning. A six-member medical board has been fashioned for his post-mortem. Police surgeon Dr Samia will head the board.

Extra police surgeon Shahid Nizam, Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre’s Forensics Drugs Head of the Division Pervaiz Makhdoom, medico-legal officer Dr Areeb Baqai, forensic professional Dr Hari Ram and Dr Gulzar Ali are a part of the medical board.

Courtroom orders Aamir Liaquat’s post-mortem

The judicial Justice of the Peace (East) in Karachi on Saturday authorized a petition searching for the post-mortem of the anchorperson.

A petition was filed stating that Hussain’s sudden dying has raised suspicions amongst his followers and it’s suspected that he was killed over a property dispute.

The petitioner requested the courtroom to type a particular board for the exhumation and post-mortem of Hussain, saying that figuring out the reason for his dying was needed.

In its order, the courtroom mentioned that Liaquat’s household — the “heirs of his grave” — have maintained that conducting the anchorperson’s autopsy would violate the sanctity of his grave.

However the courtroom mentioned that if the dying is suspicious and there’s a concern {that a} crime may need been dedicated, then the legislation must take its course.

Responding to the order, Hussain’s former spouse Dr Bushra Iqbal raised a number of questions on performing an post-mortem on Hussain.

She urged followers to be vocal in opposing the post-mortem because it “is a painful process for useless individuals and Islam doesn’t enable it”.

Hussain discovered useless

The PTI dissident was discovered unconscious at his house located in Khudadad Colony of the metropolis on June 9, based on his servant Javaid.

The 50-year-old was rushed to a hospital the place he couldn’t be resuscitated and was pronounced useless.

His dying got here as a shock to the media trade and folks vented anger on the social media trolls who had hounded the TV host for his botched third marriage.

The physique of the PTI lawmaker was handed over to his household for burial solely after Judicial Justice of the Peace Naukar Abbas allowed it.

Whereas police had been insisting on conducting an post-mortem to determine the reason for dying, Hussain’s estranged members of the family, who got here just for his final rites, insisted {that a} postmortem will delay the funeral.

The physique was acquired by the late anchor’s son and final rites had been performed by Chippa. Hussain was laid to relaxation in a graveyard on the premises of the Abdullah Shah Ghazi shrine in Clifton.

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