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Family, fellows observe hunger strike for not filing FIR in student’s suicide case

The bereaved family and friends of the deceased Muslim Bagh’s student, Saqiba, on Thursday staged a hunger strike for not forming a judicial commission and registering an FIR into the case.

The protesters alleged that police and administration are not taking notice of the issue as no file has been moved despite a passage of six days.

Late position-holder Saqiba Hakeem had committed suicide on the last date for submission of forms to the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education.

On the other hand, civil hospital in Quetta has issued Saqiba’s medical report, declaring black stone behind her death. The stone, consisting of poisonous material, is mostly used in villages to darken the hair.

Report says college student’s liver and heart stopped functioning due to toxic black stone within four to six hours, claiming her life while the local government is firm on filing the FIR after the committee’s report.

Earlier, Balochistan Education Minister Abdul Raheem Ziaratwal had said that the deceased girl was a brilliant student and the principal of the college should not have made it about her ego, especially on such a paltry matter.



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