Based on a judicial probe report investigating the mysterious death of Sindh University (SU) student Naila Rind which was introduced in courtroom on Monday, the scholar allegedly dedicated suicide following exploitation and blackmail by the accused within the case after the 2 exchanged pictures of an intimate nature.
Rind’s physique was discovered hanging from the ceiling fan of her room in SU’s Marvi Hostel in Jamshoro on January 1, 2017. She was a ultimate-yr scholar of the Sindhi division.
Anis Khaskheli, a lecturer at a faculty in Jamshoro, was arrested in reference to the case on the idea of the sufferer’s cellphone data. He later acquired bail within the case.
A division bench of the Sindh Excessive Courtroom Hyderabad circuit, comprising Justice Salahuddin Panhwar and Justice Fahim Ahmed Siddiqui, had ordered a judicial probe into the case earlier this yr whereas listening to a constitutional petition filed by Qirat Fatima and 7 others via Ali Ahmed Palh advocate.
The report, submitted in courtroom at present by the Hyderabad District and Periods Decide Amjad Ali Bohio, recorded the statements of the investigation officer (IO) and Senior Superintendent Police (SSP) Tariq Walait, in addition to the accused.
SSP Walait informed the decide that on the idea of the proof and statements within the report, the IO believes the compelling trigger, or purpose, behind Rind’s demise was deception and blackmailing by the accused.
The decide noticed that the accused had initially stated that he didn’t share any pictures with Rind.
Nevertheless, “throughout course of his deposition when he [Khaskheli] was proven his and Naila’s pictures, he needed to admit the very fact and retracted his earlier assertion”, the decide stated.
He admitted that pictures had been exchanged, however claimed the very fact had no connection together with her demise, the decide added.
The listening to was adjourned till December 12 after the courtroom ordered the copies of the report back to be handed over to all involved events.
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