Medical board to re-examine house maid Tayyaba’s wounds

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) Wednesday constituted a four-member medical board to re-examine injuries of 10-year-old maid Tayyaba.
The board was formed after district administration had directed PIMS to constitute a medical board “comprising senior doctors to re-examine” Tayyaba’s wounds.
Dr Tariq Iqbal, Dr Hameeduddin, Dr Waqar and Dr Asma are part of the medical board.
Earlier, Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar took suo motu notice of Tayyaba torture case after her family reached settlement with the accused family.
“The Hon’ble Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Mian Saqib Nisar has taken notice of torture on minor maid servant working in the house of Additional District & Sessions Judge, Islamabad, Raja Khurram Ali Khan. Notice was taken on media reports that the minor maid servant was allegedly beaten up brutally and she was given stoke with ladle and her hands were burnt and reportedly matter has been patched up and compromised,” said a statement issued by Public Relations Officer of the apex court Shahid Hussain Kamboyo.
“Taking the cognizance of issue of alleged maltreatment and subsequently reported patch up and compromise, the Hon’ble Chief Justice of Pakistan has ordered to call a detailed report from Registrar, Islamabad High Court, Islamabad within 24 hours.”

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