Kamran Faisal took anti-depressants, committed suicide: Clinical report

Report reveals that there were no torture marks on his body and nothing poisonous was found in his stomach.


Web Desk January 27, 2013
Faisal, who held the position of assistant director at the bureau, was found hanging from the ceiling fan in his room at the federal lodge number 2. PHOTO: FILE

ISLAMABAD: The clinical investigation report of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) officer Kamran Faisal’s death stated that he was a victim of depression and committed suicide, Express News reported on Sunday.

The report said that Faisal snapped his neck by hanging himself and his eyes were half-open at the time of his death. There were no torture marks on his body and nothing poisonous was found in his stomach either, the report added.

It further revealed that Faisal’s post mortem took place 16 hours after his death.

Faisal’s father Abdul Hameed rejected the report and said that he will not accept any report which terms his death a suicide. He termed the report “bogus”.

Faisal was found hanging from the ceiling fan in his room at a government hostel in Islamabad, three days after the Supreme Court ordered the prime minister’s arrest in the Rental Power Projects (RPPs) case. He was part of the team investigating the case.

COMMENTS (35)

ab | 10 years ago | Reply

his bruised hand picture is all over the new papers and internet when the postmortem indicated his death as suicide. how contradictory

His job required strong will ,great common sense and character. not a weak willed person could have done that.

Roni | 10 years ago | Reply

The PCO CJ is picking on young kids. He should take on people of his own stature like the FC chief and generals who refuse to even attend the hearings. What happened to the culprits of Asghar Khan's case? Those generals are too big to pick on but little boys are not.

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