Balochistan government to form judicial commission to investigate death of PkMAP’s Usman Kakar
The government of Balochistan has decided that a judicial commission should be formed to investigate the death of Senator Usman Khan Kakar of the Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami party.
According to a notification from the Department of Interior and Tribal Affairs to the Registrar of the High Court of Balochistan, it is proposed that the commission include two judges of the Court, namely Judge Naeem Akhtar Afghan and Judge Zaheer Ud Din Kakar.
The notification said the senator “died on June 23,” after which his family “claim the death appears to be unnatural and merits an investigation into the cause of death.”
He also noted that in view of the importance of the case, a Judicial Commission may be appointed under subsection 1 of section (3) of the Balochistan Courts of Inquiry Ordinance 1969. , composed of the aforementioned judges, who will determine the cause of death. of the late senator.
He asked that the nominations be forwarded to the honorable judges so that the commission can be notified.
Senators call for an investigation
At the time of his death, PkMAP Information Secretary Reza Mohammad Reza said Kakar was undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Karachi after falling.
Several senators on both sides of the division paid tribute to the late senator during a session of parliament and the House passed a unanimous resolution expressing deep sorrow over Kakar’s disappearance.
Former PPP deputy chairman and senator Salim Mandviwalla said Kakar’s son and other family members told him at Karachi hospital that they wanted to find out the real cause of death and s ‘he had been murdered.
Senator PPP said the surgeon, who had come from Quetta, told him that the kind of head injury and blood clots seen in Kakar’s head “is not possible while falling.”
He said his family wanted his autopsy and he was home alone at the time of the incident.
Autopsy reveals no sign of torture
According to the autopsy report, a copy of which is available from Geographic news, no signs of torture were found on Kakar’s body. The only marks found on the body were from surgery and intravenous (IV) cannulation while it was being treated in hospital.
The actual cause of death will be stated in a pathology report, for which several samples were taken from the body.
After the autopsy, Kakar’s body was handed over to his family for burial. Kakar’s family said they would have the pathological samples cross-checked.