Islamabad: Police yet to establish murder of woman
ISLAMABAD: Investigators have so far failed to find any clue to establish the murder of a woman at her F-71 residence on April 17. Amara Asif, wife of Asif Samma, was found dead in her room on April 17. Investigators also recorded the statements of Amara’s in-laws and the labourers who were present at the house at time of her ‘murder’.
However, sources close to investigators said that according to the labourers’ statement no outsider had entered the house on the day of ‘murder’. “Investigators are thinking that some insider might have killed the woman,” the sources said.
SP Investigation Dr Moeen Masood said that investigators were still collecting evidence.
Probe into delay in post-mortem continues Meanwhile, a two-member committee of PIMS is investigating into an allegation against a doctor of accepting bribe to conduct post-mortem on Amara Asif’s body.
The committee, headed by Dr Altaf Hussain, recorded the statements of both parties including the main accused, Dr Furrukh Kamal, and the friends of the husband of deceased woman.
Hussain told reporters that the statement of both the parties had been recorded and decision would be made public in next few days.