The Sindh High Court (SHC) gave ordered for a judicial inquiry into the Nimrita Kumari death case.
According to the details, Chief Justice Sindh High Court Ahmed Ali Sheikh has issued the orders of a District Inquiry Judge Iqbal Ahmed Matloo for judicial inquiry.
According to details, Sindh High Court had written a letter to a session judge Larkana Ahmed Ali Sheikh over the demise of final-year medical student, Nimrita was recovered from her hostel room of Chandka Medical College, Larkana.
The session judge Larkana had sought the Sindh High Court’s permission for a judicial inquiry into the matter over the Sindh government’s request.
Nimrita’s brother Dr. Vishaal, whiling recording his statement, said that we will not request for FIR before we get the report from judicial inquiry.
The cause of death came in front as a suicide attempt, which was not accepted by her family and they demanded for a new autopsy.
Family of Nimrita Kumari has dismissed the initial postmortem report.
The Vice Chancellor Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University, Larkana, Professor Dr. Aneela Attaur Rahman, told reporters that Nimarta was preparing for her examination.
She said that SSP Larkana was investigating the mysterious incident and police had sealed the room.
She said that mobile phone of the student was handed over to police.
She said that there were marks on her neck and the incident could be suicide.
Moreover, the incident has sparked an online campaign “#JusticeForNimrita” where the social media users are demanding an impartial inquiry into the incident.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah took notice of the incident and ordered secretary universities and the board to furnish details of the incident and provide all kind of help to the parents of the girl.