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Monday Dec 09 2019
Web Desk

Initial report of Dadu honour-killing released after exhumation, post-mortem

Web Desk

HYDERABAD/DADU: The initial report of the Dadu honour-killing incident was released Monday after a special medical board formed to probe the case exhumed the deceased's body and a post-mortem was conducted.

The report confirmed that the the nine-year-old's skull, lower jaw, and four ribs were broken, adding that the way the bones had shattered indicated that something heavy fell on girl. That, it added, was the cause of her death.

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Samples of her body have been obtained for DNA and forensic testing. A chemical examination would reveal whether she ingested poison, the report added.

The police surgeon at the Civil Hospital, Dr Bansi Lal, verified the initial report, noting that it had been handed over to the police. The final one, however, would be released once the DNA test was completed.


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