LARKANA: Mehran Abro, a pupil who’s beneath arrest for his alleged involvement into the demise of a BDS pupil at Bibi Aseefa Dental Faculty, Nimrita Chandani, has secured second place in BDS closing yr outcome, ARY NEWS reported on Saturday.
The Bachelor of Dental Surgical procedure (BDS) outcomes have been introduced on Saturday by the Bibi Aseefa Dental Faculty.
Abro, who remained within the custody of the police authorities from 17 September 2019, has secured 653 numbers in his BDS closing yr papers.
He and Ms Chandani appeared on the papers simply earlier than the BDS finalist was discovered useless in her hostel room beneath mysterious circumstances on September 16.
Police on September 18 claimed to have arrested not less than two suspects within the alleged homicide case of Nimrita Chandani.
Based on Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Larkana, the suspects have been shut pals and classmates of Nimrita Chandani.
Two suspects, particularly Ali Shan Memon and Mehran Abro are presently being probed.
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On November 23, the Nationwide Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) on Saturday despatched again all eleven fingerprints submitted by the police within the Dr Nimrita Chandani homicide case by saying that no identification may be made utilizing these prints, ARY Information reported.
The NADRA in its report stated that the fingerprints and a letter requesting them to be examined was despatched a month after Nimrita died. They stated the fingerprints aren’t clear sufficient to determine anybody utilizing.
A autopsy report stated she died of asphyxiation. The primary report claimed there have been no marks on her physique however after her household requested one other autopsy, the second report confirmed that male DNA was discovered on the deceased.
It says the forensic and molecular biology lab experiences detected “male DNA profile obtained from semen stains/sperm fractions from HVS and garments signifies sexual act with deceased.”