No case registered against perpetrators who left the woman’s body at JPMC

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The entrance to the emergency department of the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center.  — ICRC
The entrance to the emergency department of the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center. — ICRC
  • Police are investigating the woman’s mother-in-law.
  • Ayesha’s husband is being sought.
  • Raids are underway to arrest a couple who dropped body at JPMC.

KARACHI: At least 24 hours have passed but no case has yet been registered against the perpetrators involved in leaving the dead body of a woman, who has been identified as Ayesha, at Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC).

However, the police say that an investigation has been launched to investigate the matter. No trace has yet been found of either the woman or the man, who drove the car with Ayesha’s body and dumped it at the hospital. Geo news reported.

A day earlier, two unidentified people left the body of a young girl in JPMC’s emergency department and slipped out of the busy trauma center as quickly as possible.

According to police officials, hospital authorities confirmed that a young man and woman took the body to hospital this morning and fled.

They said police were investigating details of the vehicle used in the crime.

“The deceased is from the Defense Housing Authority,” police said.

“Raids are being made to arrest the woman and the man,” police officials said Geo news.

They added that a case will be registered once Ayesha’s parents arrive in Karachi and the dead body will also be handed over to them.

However, police recovered the vehicle used to transport the dead body, with both the car’s owner and the renter detained.

Meanwhile, Ayesha’s mother-in-law, Nusrat Sobia, lives in Karachi, and the police are currently in contact with her and have obtained her statement.

“I have been living in Gulistan-e-Jauhar for 16 years. Muhammad Adil is my eldest son and drove a taxi until six months ago,” she said.

Sobia added that her son is addicted to drugs and returns home after a few days. She revealed that her son married Ayesha two years ago.

“Ayesha used to live with me and work in a salon. I was visiting my hometown in Punjab for the past week,” she said, adding that the family had no quarrel or enmity with anyone.

“We don’t want any kind of legal action,” the mother-in-law said in her statement to police.

Consequently, Karachi South Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Asad Raza said that the police rejected Sobia’s statement.

“Ayesha’s body has not been given to her despite her mother-in-law’s request. Her body will be handed over to her father,” said Raza.

The SSP added that the deceased woman has five sisters and one brother, while the mother is deceased.

“Attempts are being made to file a case based on a complaint filed by Ayesha’s father,” the police official said, adding that the state would register it if her father failed to do so.

Meanwhile, the police continue the search for the woman and man who fled after leaving Ayesha’s body at the hospital. “They will be arrested shortly,” the SSP said.

Raza inquired Geo news that the mother-in-law is being investigated, while the police are looking for her husband.

Autopsy done

Police surgeon Dr Summaiya told media on Saturday that an autopsy was performed on the woman’s body, but the cause of death was not immediately determined.

She said samples have been obtained for chemical analysis, adding that there are apparently no traces of torture on the body.

Fingerprints of the deceased have also been obtained, she added.

An autopsy report will be prepared based on the results of the chemical analysis that will determine the cause of death, the police surgeon said.


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