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Nimrita Kumari was raped before being murder: report

Nimrita Kumari was raped before being murder: postmortem

Nimrita Kumari was raped before being murder: postmortem

KARACHI: The final postmortem report of Nimrita Kumari issued by Chandka Medical College Hospital (CMCH) has revealed that the deceased was subjected to rape before being murdered.
According to the autopsy report, the death of Nimrita Kumari was determined to be caused by suffocation as asphyxial signs caused by a ligature on the neck.
Woman Medico-Legal Officer (WMLO) Dr. Amrita said, “The ligature marks also tally with the information. Such signs are produced either in strangulation or hanging and are to be ascertained through circumstantial evidence as corroborative at the crime scene by state investigation authorities.”

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The report further stated that a DNA test confirmed the presence of male DNA indicated from semen residue on the clothes of deceased whereas a vaginal swab tested positive for a forced sexual act.
Nimrita Kumari Chandani was a final year medical student in Larkana’s college. She was found dead in mysterious circumstances in her hostel room on 16th September 2019.
Since after the initial autopsy report, Nimrita’s brother Dr. Vishal, had insisted that his sister had been killed as she was neither depressed nor the sort who would end her own life.

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Whereas, Larkana Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University’s (SMBBMU) Vice-Chancellor (VC) Dr. Aneela Atta Ur Rahman, in a previous statement to police investigations, had claimed that the 25-year-old medical student had committed suicide.
The Sindh government following massive province-wide protests had ordered a judicial inquiry into the matter.
The probe which is being conducted by the Larkana District & Sessions Judge through Sindh High Court (SHC) is still underway.

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