LARKANA (9 News) – An initial autopsy report of deceased Bibi Aseefa Dental College student Nimirta Amarta, who found dead in her hostel room in Larkana, could not confirm the cause of death.
According to the preliminary report of post-mortem, it could not determine that whether Nimrita was committed suicide or she had been killed. A police surgeon said no torture marks were found on the body of a BDS student.
Citing an initial autopsy report of the deceased, the surgeon said the body had marks caused by something tied around her neck. “He couldn’t determine whether the marks were caused by the tying of a rope or a dupatta around her neck,” he added.
He said samples collected during the autopsy of the deceased were sent to a laboratory, adding the cause of her death would be known after a final report.
On the other hand, the police recorded the statement of her three friends and students during the interrogation. Meanwhile, Nimarta’s last rituals has been offered in her native village Mirpur Mathelo.
Earlier today, the brother of the deceased female medical student expressed suspicion of the ‘murder’ of her sister at the Chandka Medical College after rejecting the claims of her suicide.
Dr Vishaal, the brother of the Nimrata who was found dead in hostel room, declared the incident ‘a murder’ and announced to undergo a post-mortem of her sister.
A In last night, final year BDS student was found dead under mysterious circumstances at her hostel room in Bibi Asifa Dental College in Larkana.
The body was retrieved after breaking open the door of the room and was shifted to a hospital for postmortem examination.
The victim identified as Nimarta of district Ghotki was final year student of Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) at the dental college. Her family rushed to Larkana and suspected Nimarta was murdered.
As Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah took notice of the suspicious death, authorities launched investigation into the incident.
The hostel was sealed after the body’s recovery. The Benazir University’s vice-chancellor constituted a four-member team of doctors to conduct autopsy to ascertain exact cause of death.