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Court docket orders to carry out post-mortem on Aamir Liaquat’s physique

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

KARACHI: In a bid to establish the precise reason for his mysterious demise, an extra district and periods choose (Karachi East) on Saturday ordered to conduct an post-mortem on the physique of tv persona and PTI chief Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain.

On June 16, a citizen, Abdul Ahad, moved the periods court docket looking for the exhumation and post-mortem of Aamir Liaquat’s physique to establish the causes of his demise.

He was buried earlier this month after his household refused postmortem regardless of the police’s insistence, nevertheless, the household approached the court docket and obtained the permission of their favour.

In its plea, the applicant had stated that the mysterious and sudden demise of the TV host and politician at his residence in Karachi on June 9 had raised “affordable suspicion among the many residents of Karachi that he had been murdered over some property disputes”.

The judicial Justice of the Peace had reserved its judgment after listening to the arguments of each the events earlier within the day. Later within the afternoon, the choose introduced his verdict, ruling that Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s physique be exhumed for the postmortem examination.

In his utility, the citizen had stated, “Within the presence of grave suspicions and doubts, this court docket has an absolute jurisdiction to order the respondents to carry disinterment, exhumation and autopsy of the deceased to find, unearth and verify the precise reason for demise of Aamir Liaquat Hussain beneath Sections 174 and 176 of the Legal Process Code [CrPC].”

The applicant had argued that the superior courts had handed a number of judgements in comparable circumstances wherein “affordable suspicion” had been deemed enough for the post-mortem, saying that the mere proven fact that the household or authorized heirs of the deceased had been refusing consent was not legitimate grounds by way of Part 173 of the CrPC.

He stated that the court docket is empowered to order the Sindh well being director normal to represent a particular medical board to exhume the physique for an post-mortem. 

The court docket was pleaded to order the exhumation and autopsy examination of Hussain’s physique, and direct the well being DG to kind a medical board for the aim.

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