Mangophir’s children killed: autopsy report | Instant News

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A post-mortem examination of the bodies of two minors found in the Manghopir area of ​​Karachi revealed that they were killed before being locked in a car.

Police have found the bodies of an abandoned car parked at the Umar Goth stop in a Manghopir police station dispatch on Wednesday.

People in the area have told the police about the smell coming from the car. Police found the bodies and transferred them to the Abbassi Shaheed Hospital where Medico-Legal (MLO) Officer Dr. Abid Haroon conducted an autopsy on the bodies.

According to the details in the autopsy report, they sustained injuries to their heads with hard and blunt weapons which caused their deaths.

“Death occurs due to head injuries that cause cardiorespiratory failure as a result of hard, severe substances,” the report concluded.

“However, the sample has been for chemical analysis to exclude sexual violence,” he added.

After the autopsy, the bodies were handed over to the family by hospital authorities.

According to SHO from the Manghopir Gul Mohammad Awan police station, children have been missing since May 10.

The abduction case was also registered in the complaint of the father of one of the missing children on the day they disappeared, police said.

Awan also told Geo News that he himself went to the area with the parents of the victims where the children were seen last, however, they found no trace of the abducted children.

According to sources, the Danish father who was killed worked as a gravel worker, while Obaid’s father sold parts for cars.


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