KARACHI: A session court recently released Dr Irfan, in the alleged suicide case of Dr Maha Ali Shah due to lack of evidence.
According to details, the accused, Dr Irfan, filed a plea before the court to remove his name from the case, claiming that the case carries sections against poisoning a person, however, the evidence has pointed against it during the probe.
The appeal said that the complainant submitted didn’t have sufficient evidence in the case. The court admitted the plea and released the accused.
It remarked that the complainant’s statements were unsatisfactory and they along with the investigating officer failed to prove Dr Irfan’s involvement in the matter.
The accusations against Dr Irfan are hence not proved, the court remarked and directed the police to remove the name of the accused from the case.
It is pertinent to mention here that Dr Maha’s suicide took a new twist after police registered a case on the complaint of the victim’s father against three people on charges under abuse, blackmailing and forcing her to shoot herself on August 26.
Dr Irfan Qureshi is a renowned implantology in Pakistan, practising for more than 10 years. He has represented Pakistan on an international level earning accolades.