‘LARKANA: The Final Postmortem report of prominent homicide case of Dr Nimrita Kumari, Final year student of Bibi Asifa Dental College, Larkana, has been delivered by the Woman Medico-Legal Officer (WMLO), Dr. Amrita of Chandka Medical College Hospital here Wednesday.
The WMLO is of the assessment according to his post-mortem examination report that demise of the expired Dr. Nimrita was by caused by suffocation as Asphyxial signs brought by ligature on the neck were found during autopsy.
“The ligature marks also tally with the information,Such signs are formed either in strangulation or hanging and to be found out through conditional proof as demonstrative at the crime scene by state investigation specialists”, she included.
Further, the report states that DNA test affirms a male DNA profile showed from semen residue and garments, high vaginal swab likewise demonstrated a forced sexual act with the demised.
Dr. Nimrita Kumari Chandani was discovered dead in secretive conditions in her hostel room on September 16, 2019.
The Vice Chancellor, Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University, Larkana, had guaranteed at the very beginning before police examinations that she ended it all yet this last post-mortem report has uncovered that Nimrita was really assaulted and afterward killed.
After gigantic protest over the province and abroad Sindh government had ordered judicial inquiry to discover reality which is being led by the District and Sessions Judge, Larkana, through the Sindh Government through Sindh High Court which is as yet in progress.
Dr. Vishal, sibling of the expired, had additionally guaranteed that her sister has been murdered as she was neither depressed nor the sort who would end her own life which now has been proved.
Autopsy report suggests Dr Nimrita Kumari was killed after being raped.
she was found dead in her hostel room last Sep. VC of her medical university Ms Aneela Attaullah had claimed even before police investigation that She had committed suicode.https://t.co/KtRG71n6Te
— Marvi Sirmed (@marvisirmed) November 6, 2019