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Man found dead inside Pakistani lock-up, autopsy report shows he was tortured
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Man found dead inside Pakistani lock-up, autopsy report shows he was tortured

| @indiablooms | 17 Apr 2024, 06:04 pm

A person, who was found dead inside the lock-up in Pakistan's Karachi city, was tortured to death, as per the autopsy report.

The report found multiple injuries caused by hard and blunt instruments all over the body.

Police Surgeon Summaiya Syed told Dawn News that the post-mortem examination of Moiz Naseem was carried out by a board of four doctors in the presence of a judicial magistrate.

Dr Summaiya herself led the four-member board comprising Dr Kamran, Dr Osama and Dr Sono Mal.

“Multiple injuries found all over his body. Death was not due to natural causes,” she told the newspaper.

The surgeon claimed the person was hit on the head with sticks and there were injuries on his hands.

She said that 13 different injuries were noted in the examination.

“All samples have been collected for a chemical, histopathology and DNA anaylisis,” she said.

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