Tobia Anwar’s reaction to Amir Liaquat’s exhumation order also came to light

Leading TV anchorperson and National Assembly member Dr Amir Liaquat Hussain, who passed away this month, has also come out with his second ex-wife Syeda Tobia Anwar’s stand against the decision of exhumation and postmortem.

A local court in Karachi had ordered the exhumation of Amir Liaquat Hussain on June 18 at the request of a citizen, under which a six-member team headed by police surgeon Dr Samia Saeed has been formed.

An order issued by the police surgeon’s office said that the team would leave the office of the police surgeon at 9 am on Thursday, June 23 in the presence of Judicial Magistrate East for exhumation at the premises of Abdullah Shah Ghazi shrine.

Reacting to this, Syeda Tobia Anwar, ex-wife of Dr Amir Liaquat Hussain, wrote on social networking site Twitter last night: ‘

“More than a week after his death, exhumation for the post-mortem is extremely painful for the family,” he wrote.

Syeda Tobia Anwar further wrote that

Syeda Tobia Anwar further wrote, “However, I have faith in the will of Allah. I am sure that Allah is the best manager of our affairs.”

At the end of the tweet, he wrote the words of supplication and said, “May Allah create facilities for the deceased and his family.”

Earlier, several showbiz personalities, fans and former and first wife of the late Amir Liaquat Hussain, Dr Bushra Iqbal had also demanded that the court withdraw the order for exhumation and postmortem of the late Anchor.

Dr. Bushra Iqbal in her post had demanded that her ex-husband’s grave should not be exhumed.

He wrote in his tweet that “even the pure Shari’ah does not allow this ugly act, dismemberment and exhumation of the dead, Allah is watching everything, so his soul should not be harmed”. Commenting on the allegations of possible murder of the person, he said that according to the external examination of the Civil Surgeon, there were no signs of injuries, fractures and torture on the body of the deceased.

Dr. Bushra Iqbal further wrote, “Those who have claimed to have conducted postmortem and brought justice to Amir, where were they when they themselves were seeking justice and their honor was tarnished, they committed that heinous act.” After this post of Dr. Bushra Iqbal, the general fans and showbiz personalities of the deceased also demanded that the autopsy of Amir Liaquat and exhumation should not be done. Was

It is to be noted that Amir Liaqat was found unconscious at his residence on June 9 this month. He was shifted to the hospital but he met Khaliq Haqiqi before reaching the hospital.

His family had refused to conduct an autopsy at that time, which is why the police had filed a petition in the court, but Amir Liaqat’s children had also refused to conduct an autopsy in the court.

After the refusal of the family, Amir Liaquat was buried on June 10 in the premises of Abdullah Shah Ghazi Shrine without postmortem.

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