Nimrita murder: NADRA releases identification report of fingerprints
LARKANA (92 News) – The National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) on Saturday released the identification report of fingerprints in Dr Nimrita Chandani murder case.
According to the details garnered, the NADRA sent back all eleven fingerprints submitted by the police in the Dr Nimrita Chandani murder case by saying that no identification can be made using these prints.
In its report, the NADRA said that the fingerprints and a letter requesting them to be examined was sent a month after Nimrita died. They said the fingerprints aren’t clear enough to identify anyone using.
The police had arrested two class fellows of Nimrita in connection with her murder.
These prints were found at the crime scene. Nimrita, a 25-year-old dental student at the SMBB Medical University, was found dead in her dorm on September 16.
A post-mortem report said she died of asphyxiation. The first report claimed there were no marks on her body but after her family requested another post-mortem, the second report confirmed that male DNA was found on the deceased. It says the forensic and molecular biology lab reports detected “male DNA profile obtained from semen stains/sperm fractions from HVS and clothes indicates sexual act with deceased.”
In the month of September, final year BDS student was found dead under mysterious circumstances at her hostel room in Bibi Asifa Dental College in Larkana.
The body was retrieved after breaking open the door of the room and was shifted to a hospital for postmortem examination.
The victim identified as Nimarta of district Ghotki was final year student of Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) at the dental college. Her family rushed to Larkana and suspected Nimarta was murdered.
As Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah took notice of the suspicious death, authorities launched investigation into the incident.
The hostel was sealed after the body’s recovery. The Benazir University’s vice-chancellor constituted a four-member team of doctors to conduct autopsy to ascertain exact cause of death.