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Shoaib Akhtar On Pakistani Hindu Medical Student Nimrita Kumari Chandani Death, demands justice for victim | Shoaib Akhtar said – Namrata gets justice; She was innocent, catch the murderer soon

The body of Namrata Chandani, a medical student of the Hindu community, was found in his hostel room on Monday evening
Family accused of murder, protests continue, Shoaib Akhtar also asks for justice

    Dainik BhaskarSep 18, 2019, 01:04 PM IST. The mystery of the suspicious death of Hindu medical student Namrata Chandani in Pakistan has not been solved. Police conducted postmortem. But, it did not release any statement about whether it was suicide or murder. Namrata's brother Vishal is also a doctor. He said – My sister did not commit suicide, she was killed. Meanwhile, #JusticeForNimrita is trending on Twitter to bring justice to Namrata. Shoaib Akhtar also became a part of this campaign. They said- Why was that innocent girl killed? Real murderers should be arrested soon.

Shoaib said – this is very painful
This former Pakistan fast bowler, popularly known as Rawalpindi Express, expressed his grief and anger over the death of the young doctor, demanding the arrest of the slayer. Shoaib wrote in the tweet, "Namrata was innocent. I am very sorry to know about his suspicious circumstances. Hopefully he will get justice and the real culprits will be caught soon. My heart beats for every Pakistani, irrespective of their religion. may her soul rest in peace."

Extremely sad & hurt sad reading about the suspicious death of young innocent girl, Nimrita Kumari.
I hope the justice is served and the real culprits are found. My heart beats with every Pakistani no matter what faith he / she belongs to. Rest in Peace. #JusticeForNimrita pic.twitter.com/2nJMmpMRp8
– Shoaib Akhtar (@ shoaib100mph) September 17, 2019

The principal of Medical university is responsible for nimrita death ….. she slap the camera man and threat … it means that she know about nimrata death ….. @ ImranKhanPTI should take notice ….. it's a appeal to IK govt …. # JusticeForNimrita #PakistanArmy #JusticeForNimrita pic.twitter.com/oyEUR73t7a
– Shah Rukh Khan (@ iamsrk_20) September 18, 2019

That's what we Pakistanis do … Yes we know how to raise our voices against the killing of InnocentsProud to be Pakistani and the part of a society who knows what's right and wrong. Murderrs who are involved in this shameful acts must be hanged to death ! #JusticeForNimrita https://t.co/ayuiyeX5mm
– Mahreen Ali – Q (@mahreenaliq) September 17, 2019

College belongs to Bhutto family
Namrata was a BDS last semester student at BB Asifa Dental College, Larkana. The college belongs to Asif, sister of Pakistan Peoples Party President Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. The special thing is that the PPP has not even mourned the incident yet. Namrata's body was found on the bed in the hostel room on Monday evening. The rope was tied around the neck. Namrata was originally from Ghotki in Mirpur district. The family currently resides in Karachi. According to Namrata's friends, she was a lively girl and did not appear under any tension before the incident. On Monday, hours before his death, he was seen chatting with friends in a canteen.

Arrest to Badmash Vc of CMC Larkana
Yeh Badmashi Band karo
Sindh want justice
Dr Nimerta want justice #JusticeForNimrita pic.twitter.com/TzRI8jipic
– mehdi rizvi🇵🇰 (@ _Mehdii8) September 18, 2019

Why the murder suspect?
According to the information, the door of Namrata's room was closed from inside, but the window was open. There is also a suspicion of murder because no evidence was found of hanging a rope with a fan or anything else. The rope is so short that it was not possible to hang from it. On Monday, Namrata did not open the door for long so friends broke it.

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