Dr Aamir Liaquat’s house yet to be de-sealed
Police say they will reopen the residence after completion of forensic report: No word on Rasm-e-Qul
June 11, 2022 04:13 PM
Police on Saturday said that Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s residence in Khudadad Colony in Karachi would be de-sealed once the police complete its investigation, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
Police said that they are waiting for the forensic report of the crime scene. The authorities have also obtained the complete record of Aamir Liaquat from the Nadra.
So far among real heirs, his son Ahmed and daughter Dua came forward.
“After checking all the Nadra records, the divorce certificates of the first and second wives of deceased Aamir Liaquat—Bushra and Toba—were registered. However, the divorce certificate of the third wife was not registered in the Nadra record.”
Police said that Dania Shah filed a separation suit in local court in Bahawalpur and the record will be updated only with the degree of divorce issued after the finalization of divorce.
Police claimed that if the divorce would not be finalized then Dania may claim as legal heir of Aamir Liaquat.
Moreover, Aamir Liaquat family has not updated any information about the soyem and rasm-e-qul of the deceased. Even the neighbours did not know about it.
The PTI MNA and famous television show host Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain passed away at his residence in Karachi on Thursday. He was 49.
The PTI leader was found unconscious at his home and shifted to a private hospital in a critical condition where he was declared dead.
Reportedly, Dr Aamir Liaquat felt uneasiness Wednesday night but refused to go to the hospital. His servant rushed to his room after he shouted in pain but the door was locked. The servants broke the door when they did not receive any reply from him.
Karachi DIG (West) Muqaddas Haider confirmed that Aamir Liaquat expired half an hour before he was shifted to a hospital.
Reporters Saud Bin Murtaza, Junaid Feroz