NADRA released a report regarding the fingerprint’s examination of suspects in Dr. Namrita Chandani’s murder case. NADRA said that no identification can be made using these fingerprints.
The NADRA in its report clarified that the fingerprints and a letter asking them to be tested were sent a month after Namrita died. They said the fingerprints aren’t clear to identify anyone using.
Namrita was 25-year-old and she was a medical student at SBMM medical university. She was found dead in her hostel room on September 16.
An autopsy report revealed that she died because of a lack of oxygen. Namrita’s parents request another autopsy because they have doubts that someone murdered her. A second autopsy report revealed that male DNA was found in her body.
The forensic report states that “male DNA profile obtained from semen stains/sperm fractions from HVS and clothes indicates sexual act with deceased.”
Police detained two suspects in this incident and the police force said that there are chances that the friends and classmates were involved in this case.
Two suspects name Mehran Abro and Ali Shan Memon were detained and the suspect Mehran Abro uses the credit card of Namrita.