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Minor maid’s death case: Body exhumed for autopsy in Ranipur

The body was exhumed for examination under the presence of Medical Board members and a Judicial Magistrate.

The remains of Fatima, a domestic worker who was killed in Ranipur Haveli, have been exhumed for a post-mortem examination. This was done in compliance with a court verdict.

According to the details, the body was exhumed for examination under the presence of Medical Board members and a Judicial Magistrate.

The Health Department has reported that two members of the medical team are also present, including doctors from Karachi and Sukkur.

The Health Department has stated that the medical team will inform the Punjab Chief Minister of all the details related to this case.

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Fatima’s body was buried without a post-mortem examination. Pertinent to mention that the family members are concerned that the victim Fatima’s resting place could be tampered with, and her remains might disappear.

However, in an effort to secure the scene and ensure the integrity of the grave, a temporary police picket was established at the burial site.

Minor maid’s death case

In a heart-wrenching incident that has sent shockwaves through the nation, Pir Asad Shah Jeelani, a member of the esteemed Pirs of Ranipur, was apprehended by Khairpur Police for the alleged rape and torturous death of his 10-year-old maid, Fatima Furiro.

The horrifying details came to light when distressing video clips circulated on social media, depicting Fatima’s lifeless body marked by brutal signs of torture. The footage portrays the young girl struggling to rise from her bed in Pir Asad’s chamber within his grand “Haveli”.

The graphic footage ignited an outpouring of outrage on social media, with voices demanding swift action against those involved in the appalling crime. The primary suspect, Pir Asad Shah Jeelani, was taken into custody by Khairpur Police.

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In a bid to address the negligence that allowed such a tragedy to unfold, DIG Sukkur Javeed Jiskani ordered the suspension of SHO Ranipur. This measure followed failure to comply with orders to exhume Fatima’s body for post-mortem examination.