Liaquat University of Health Sciences Jamshoro has handed over the Histopathology Examination Report to Larkana Police in the case of Asifa Dental College Larkana’s student Nimrata’s death. According to the report, Nimrita died due to asthma or lack of oxygen.
The histopathology exclusion report from the Liaquat University of Health Sciences Jamshoro on September 26 states that changes in body organs may occur in case of poisoning or unnatural death, but results of the report shows that the heart, kidneys, lungs, and liver were not damaged. Evidence suggests that Nimrita committed suicide and no evidence of her murder has been found so far.
On September 16, the body of Nimrita was found in her room at the college hostel. In the initial post-mortem report, the cause of death was declared suicide. Investigators say that Nimrita wanted to marry her friend Mehran Abro and that there was a friendly relationship between both but a few months ago Mehran Abro denied marriage and justified that there was a big difference between the two. It is not possible to change religion. It was only after the refusal, that Nimrita was subjected to severe mental stress.
Nimrita also had two roommates with her. On the night of the incident, she slept between 12 am to 1 am. About six o’clock in the morning, both friends went to their class after going to the temple. When both girls returned to the room at 2 pm in the afternoon, the room was locked inside. Despite repeated knocks, the door was not open. Both were upset and with the help of Warden, the door was broken and the inside was heartbreaking. Nimrita was between the two beds and the neck was tied tightly.