In the case of the dead body of the woman found in the park of Korangi area of Karachi, the police made many mistakes, they did not consider it necessary to conduct a post-mortem or chemical examination, they themselves assumed that the woman was addicted to drugs, so the death was due to drug addiction. has happened
The dead body of Rukhsana alias Ayesha was found in the football stadium from Korangi No. 4 area of Karachi on September 1, which was reported to the rescue personnel of Chippa Welfare who first took the body to Zaman Town police station.
The police kept the dead body in Khypa Welfare mortuary and said that the woman was suffering from serious kidney disease apart from drug addiction.
According to the police, the woman’s death was also due to drug overdose. Serious negligence on the part of the police came to light here. According to police officials, there were no signs of violence on the body of the deceased woman, on which it was assumed that her death was natural.
Here the question arises whether any female official examined his body? Was a chemical examination of the body conducted to find out the cause of death?
Sources claim that the post-mortem costs up to 2 thousand rupees, so perhaps the duty officer saved this money, usually the bodies of drug addicts are found in the city, but in the recent past, when such a body of a woman was found, police officials including The medico-legal authorities also say that finding the body of the woman in this way was a similar thing, yet the police leadership did not conduct the post-mortem.
Last Sunday, there was a stir on social media about this body, but still instead of conducting an autopsy, the body was handed over to the heirs.
Here the question arises whether any action was taken on this negligence or was it done deliberately?