‘Extremely distressful’ – Syeda Tuba expresses concerns over court orders postmortem of Aamir Liaquat
Syeda Tuba Anwar, former second wife of late televangelist Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain, has expressed her concerns about a court’s decision of performing post mortem of the dead body of her former husband.
On June 18, a local court in Karachi had ordered the exhumation of Aamir Liaquat Hussain 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 9am on Thursday, June 23 in the presence of Judicial Magistrate East for exhumation of Aamir Liaquat at the premises of Abdullah Shah Ghazi shrine.
Reacting to this, Syeda Tuba Anwar, ex-wife of Aamir Liaquat, wrote on social networking site Twitter last night that, “If the authorities deemed to perform a postmortem examination of Aamir Liaquat, perhaps it would’ve been better to do so on the day of his passing.”
“To exhume his mortal remains, for a postmortem examination more than a week after his departure, is extremely distressful for those grieving this loss,” she added.
Syeda Tuba Anwar further wrote, “However I trust in Allah’s Will. I believe Allah is the best disposer of our affairs.”
At the end of the tweet, she wrote the words of prayers and said, “May Allah make this easy for the deceased and the acquaintances”