NAB official probing Pak PM corruption case committed suicide, reveals clinical report
The clinical investigation report of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) officer Kamran Faisal's death stated that he was a victim of depression and committed suicide by hanging.
The report said there were no torture marks on Faisal's body and nothing poisonous was found in his stomach either, reports The Express Tribune.
It further revealed that Faisal's post mortem took place 16 hours after his death.
Faisal's father Abdul Hameed rejected the report and said he would not accept any report which terms his son's death a suicide. He termed the report "bogus".
Faisal was found dead in his room at a government hostel in Islamabad, three days after the Supreme Court ordered the prime minister's arrest in the Rental Power Projects (RPPs) case. He was part of the team investigating the case.