Investigator of RPPs case committed suicide
20 January, 2013
ISLAMABAD: The initial post-mortem report of NAB officer Kamran Faisal has termed his death a suicide.
A seven-panel team of doctors said that the death was a suicide because no resistance or torture marks were found on his body.
The report added that there was only one mark on Faisal's neck and it appeared that he had committed suicide. The team has sent samples to the forensic lab for further investigations. The final forensic report will be compiled in one week, which will reveal whether Faisal took any anti-depressant pills that led to his suicide.
The preliminary report had been submitted in the Islamabad Secretariat Police Station. The police had declared Faisal's death as accidental and an FIR was also registered. Separately, some of Faisal's relatives have alleged that his body bore marks of torture. His uncle has said that Faisal's back, arms and wrists showed torture marks.
A special police team has left for Faisal's ancestral town to collect information from and record the statements of his family members and relatives. Police is also reportedly looking for Sajid Ali, a close associate of Faisal, but has so far failed in getting in touch with him.