November 16, 2022
ISLAMABAD—A postmortem report from the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) said journalist Arshad Sharif sustained multiple injuries before his murder in Kenya last month.
A report on dawn.com, quoting sources, said the PIMS postmortem report gives "credence to the speculations of torture, prior to his death."
The report said an eight-member medical board conducted the autopsy on October 26, a day after Arshad's body was brought from Nairobi. The board maintained that "all the injuries were antemortem in nature." In other words, injuries occurred before demise.
The report said Arshad died "due to firearm injuries that caused 'damage to the brain and right lung." It added that the right clavicle bone (collarbone) and third right rib were also found fractured.
The Dawn report said the left upper parietal bone (skull) of the slain journalist was missing. There were a dozen injuries on the body besides wounds on his left lower neck and the left shoulder.
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