Deceased youth's relatives go on rampage at Chandka hospital.
LARKANA -- Relatives of a 20-year-old man, who was found dead in his employer's office on Thursday, went on the rampage at the casualty department of the Chandka Medical College Hospital (CMCH) over delay in the performance of his post-mortem examination.
Mashooque Ali, son of ASI Mohammed Daud Soomro, worked with a company offering sniffer dogs services. He was found dead under mysterious circumstances in the company's office located in the Lahori Mohalla falling within the limits of the Civil Lines police station.
The bereaved family and relatives took the body to the CMCH casualty department but a post-mortem examination was delayed because, according to medical superintendent Dr Daheri, the mandatory inquest report from the police station concerned was not immediately available.
The delay infuriated the deceased youths' relatives who smashed glasses of the casualty department's doors and ransacked the furniture.
Dr Daheri said they lost patience although they should know that a post-mortem examination could not be performed without the inquest report.
Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Larkana district president Abdul Fatah Bhutto arrived at the hospital and got the post-mortem examination done. The body was later handed over to the heirs.
Meanwhile, ASI Soomro lodged an FIR of his son's death against Azam Suhryani and Salahuddin Suhryani, the operators of the sniffer dogs company, sources said.
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|Publication:||Dawn (Karachi, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Feb 23, 2018|
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