- The family of Aamir Liaquat moved SHC against exhumation orders
- The plea was granted immediate hearing that will be held today
- Sindh Health Department issued a notification for exhumation of Liaquat on Thursday, June 23
KARACHI: The heirs of televangelist Aamir Liaquat Hussain moved Sindh High Court (SHC) against the order of the Judicial Magistrate about the exhumation of the deceased host, reported BOL News.
The family of Hussain submitted a plea against the order to exhume the host to ascertain the cause of his death nearly 2 weeks after his burial.
The petition was submitted by the son and daughter of Aamir who pleaded with the court to obstruct the judicial court orders in regard to the autopsy.
The court granted the request for an immediate hearing of the petition and the hearing will be conducted today.
Earlier, the Sindh Health Department issued a notification for exhumation of televangelist Aamir Liaquat on Thursday, June 23 – the famous host died on June 9 and was buried at the shrine of Hazrat Abdullah Shah Ghazi the next day.
The development came after a court ordered the autopsy of Liaquat while hearing a petition requesting the exhumation of the famous host as he died a mysterious death at his residence.
Notably, the host was buried the next day of his demise without an autopsy as the family members were not willing to the procedure saying that it could hurt their father’s soul.
The heirs requested the court to obstruct the postmortem on which the court ordered a police surgeon to examine the body and on the basis of the presented report court announced the verdict in favour of Liaquat’s family.
Courtesy Bol News