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Kamran Sohail’s uncle says: Kamran’s body bears torture marks

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A relative of deceased National Accountability Bureau (NAB) officer Kamran Faisal, who was investigating the high profile case of Rental Power Projects (RPPs), alleged on Saturday that his body has torture marks, FP News desk reported.

While talking to Private News Channel, Kamran’s uncle told the correspondent that he witnessed the torture marks on the deceased arms, back and wrist while giving him the ghusl, a full body ablution ritual performed before the burial.

He said that after witnessing those marks, the claim has been reinforced that Kamran Faisal did not commit suicide but was murdered.

Shrill heartrending wails pierced the cold morning air when the bereaved family members and friends received the body of deceased NAB officer in Mian Channu today.

Kamran’s body was transferred to his hometown soon after his autopsy was completed.

Earlier, authorities handed over his body to his maternal uncle in Islamabad, who later brought it to Mian Channu by road.

His funeral prayer is due later today, after which he will be laid to rest in his ancestral village.

Assistant Director NAB Kamran Faisal, engaged in the investigation of the RPP case, was mysteriously found dead in his room in the Federal Lodges on Friday.

He was found hanging from the ceiling fan when the NAB officials broke into his room, the people who witnessed the scene, said.

A three-member medical board expressed doubts at the death, saying, “This is not like what is being said.” The six-member board concluded the postmortem at 9:30pm but reserved its opinion till tomorrow, a PolyClinic official said.

The NAB insiders disclosed that Kamran Faisal, who had written the report on the RPPs case, was mentally tortured at the NAB Headquarters by some high-ups to change the report but he refused to budge.

Mohammad Iqbal, a real uncle of the deceased, disclosed that Kamran was frequently receiving threatening calls from unknown persons.

The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Islamabad, Bani Amin, when contacted, said that the deceased had apparently committed suicide though he had constituted an investigation team headed by SP (City Zone) while ASP (City Circle), DSP (Secretariat Circle) and SHO (Secretariat) were the members of the team. The IGP assured transparent investigation into the case, saying that the probe team would also dig out the possibility of murder among other facets of the incident.

He said that he had requested the authorities that the postmortem should be conducted by the medical board. The IGP said that the deceased had left no letter to ascertain the reason for committing suicide.

The people engaged in the investigation of the case said that the father of the deceased was reluctant to conducting postmortem, saying that he had left the matter to Allah.

Father of the deceased, Abdul Hamid Kamboh, a retired official of the agriculture department, when contacted for comments, did not blame anybody but confirmed that his son was under immense pressure due to the high profile case. However, he averred that his son was a man of strong nerves and could not commit suicide.

Kamran’s first cousin and close friend Tayyab and other relatives termed it a murder, claiming that he could never commit suicide and demanded transparent investigation into the case.

They requested the Chief Justice of Pakistan to take suo moto notice of the mysterious killing. (FP)

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