Court Allowed Exhumation of Dr. Maha Ali’s Grave for Postmortem

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Judicial Magistrate South granted the request of Police for Dr. Maha Shah’s exhumation and postmortem and said that exhumation should be done in accordance with the postmortem law.

According to details, Judicial Magistrate South has issued a written verdict on the request of post-mortem in Dr Maha Shah’s alleged suicide case. He said that

“The court has no objection to the exhumation. If the prosecution takes action, the court cannot interfere in the investigation.”

The investigating officer said in the application that according to the report, the bullet hit the left side, exited from the right side.

Her father has raised questions about the death of Dr. Maha.

The case has been registered in the complaint of late Pakistani fashion blogger, Dr Maha Shah’s father Asif Ali Shah, and the accused in the case are Junaid, Waqas, Irfan Qureshi, and others.

It may be recalled that SP Investigation South had written a letter to Sessions Judge Mirpur Khas for the exhumation of Dr Maha Ali, in which it was stated that exhumation was necessary for investigation in the case.

Local news reports said that this permission was granted after that letter as court was not able to allow the exhumation of Maha Ali when Police first asked the judges.

The text of the letter said that Dr. Maha was shot in the head on August 18. Dr. Maha died after transfer to the hospital. The medical report at Jinnah Hospital was falsified by Dr. Irfan, including Dr. Irfan, Junaid and Waqas have been investigated.

The letter said that according to the report, the bullet was fired from the left side and came out from the right side.

It may be recalled that Dr Maha, a resident of the Defense area of ​​Karachi, had allegedly committed suicide. Police had arrested two persons on suspicion.

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