No marks of violence found on Kakar’s body

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Staff Reporter
Karachi

The autopsy report of Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) leader and former senator Usman Khan Kakar — who passed away in Karachi a day before — said that there were no marks of violence seen on any part of the body.

A day earlier, Kakar’s personal physician, Dr Samad Panezai, had said the PkMAP leader had received a head injury at his residence in Quetta and was shifted to a hospital within 30 minutes where he was operated upon and put on a ventilator.

He was later shifted to Karachi’s Aga Khan University Hospital on a special air ambulance where he passed away.

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