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Court orders post-mortem for deceased Aamir Liaquat Hussain

The court has approved a petition seeking a post-mortem for Aamir Liaquat despite his children's objections.

In a major development, a local court in Karachi has approved a post-mortem for TV host Aamir Liaquat Hussain, who passed away a little over a week ago.

According to details reported by the media, the court has approved a petition seeking a post-mortem for Aamir Liaquat. Abdul Ahad, a citizen, had filed a petition in the judicial magistrate’s court regarding the post-mortem.

A dedicated medical board will be formed for Aamir Liaquat’s post-mortem. Pertinent to mention, Aamir Liaquat’s heirs were also present in the court and they had objected to the post-mortem as they did not suspect any foul play.

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On the other hand, the police report presented in court today stated that the police surgeon could not ascertain the cause of death till an autopsy was performed. The judicial magistrate accepted the petition and gave a verdict in favor of the petitioner.

Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s death

Controversial politician and TV celebrity, Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain passed away in Karachi on June 9th, 2022. According to the initial reports, he passed away from gas leakage in his home. He was shifted to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. He was allegedly found unconscious in his home.

His funeral prayers were offered at a mosque adjacent to the shrine of Abdullah Shah Ghazi, with his son — Ahmed Aamir — leading the congregation. A large number of people were in attendance, including noted politicians.

Aamir’s former wife, Bushra Iqbal, with whom he had two children, had also confirmed that his “heirs, Ahmad Aamir and Dua Aamir, had refused his post-mortem.

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“According to their wishes, the deceased will be taken to his last place of rest with respect,” she had said in a post on Instagram.

Even in the court hearing today, the public prosecutor stated that his heirs did not want a postmortem to be conducted as it would hurt their father’s “soul”.