KARACHI: In the alleged suicide case of Dr. Maha, the investigating officer said that the two accused were reluctant to give DNA samples, after which the court sought a final challan from the investigating officer within five days.
According to details, a hearing was held before the Judicial Magistrate regarding the alleged suicide case of Dr. Maha. The investigating officer submitted a report in the court stating that the two accused in the case were reluctant to give DNA samples. The investigation of the case has not been completed yet. The deadline for the final challan should be given.
The court summoned the final challan from the investigating officer in 5 days. The investigating officer said in a statement that the DNA of the two accused in the case could not be found yet. After getting the DNA of the accused, the final challan will be presented. Orders will be given to give DNA samples to the accused.
It may be recalled that in December 2020, Dr. Maha’s grave was exhumed in Mirpur Khas to find out the facts in the case of Dr. Maha who allegedly committed suicide. The Medical Board conducted an autopsy on Dr. Maha.
Investigating authorities had turned the case around, saying that Dr. Maha was allegedly abused before committing suicide. The post-mortem report found the DNA of a man, and authorities arrested him in the case. Decided to take the DNA of seven accused, DNA test of two accused has also been taken but Dr. Junaid has not given DNA sample.
According to the investigating authorities, they will write a letter to the court for taking DNA samples of Junaid and other accused , a final challan will have to be submitted after getting the DNA of the accused and the case against the accused will be included after the abuse report.
It may be recalled that on August 18, Dr. Maha Shah shot himself and committed suicide. She was rushed to the hospital in critical condition but could not recover.