By Jamal Dawoodpoto
Larkana: The Diagnostic & Research Laboratory of Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences, Jamshoro/Hyderabad, has sent histopathological report of Dr. Nimrita Kumari to Dr. Amrita, Woman Medical Officer of Larkana’s Chandka Medical College Hospital (CMCH).
The report is signed by Dr. Abdul Aziz Shaikh, Assistant Professor, Dr. Tanweer Ahmed Shaikh, Associate Professor and Prof. Dr. Farzana Memon, professor and Chairperson.
According to the report “Section from heart (right ventricular wall, left ventricular wall, interventricular septum and aorta) revealed partly autolytic change but no significant pathological change. Sections from piece of lung reveal no significant pathological change. Sections from piece of liver, piece of spleen and piece of kidney reveal partly autolytic changes but no significant pathological change”.
Viscera were sent to the laboratory vide CMCH letter dated 19th September, 2019.
CMCH Police Surgeon, Dr. Shams Khoso while talking to this scribe on Wednesday confirmed that Dr. Amrita, who conducted the postmortem of Dr. Nimrita, has received the report but has not so far sent it to him.
He said Dr. Amrita has further told him that DNA report is still awaited from Jamshoro after which final postmortem report will be issued.
Meanwhile, judicial inquiry has already commenced its proceedings and has also recorded some statements of the employees of Benazir Bhutto Medical University. The judicial inquiry is headed by the district & sessions judge, Larkana.
Dr. Nimrita Kumari, final year BDS student of Bibi Aseefa Dental College (BADC) died under mysterious conditions and her body was found from her hostel room. Her brother Dr. Vishal had refuted the allegations that his sister had committed suicide. Police have already received forensic analysis of mobile phones of Mehran Abro and Shan Ali Memon, two suspects taken into custody by police, which have been submitted to the head of the judicial inquiry along with report of laptop whereas iPhone has not yet been decoded owned by the deceased.