Shoaib Akhtar Seek justice for Nimrata Kumari, Pakistani-Hindu medical student who found dead in her hostel room
Former Pakistani bowler Shoaib Akhtar joined the online campaign to demand justice for Nimrata Kumari. The campaign began after Nimrata Kumari, last year’s student’s body recovered from his room at the Chandka Medical College hostel in Larkana, Pakistan on Monday. In the “#JusticeForNamrita” online campaign, social media users have called for an impartial investigation into the incident.
Pakistani-Hindu medical student found dead in her hostel room at Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University (SMBBMU), media reported on Tuesday.
The body found lying in a car with a rope tied to his neck while his room was locked inside, The Express Tribune reported. Not only internet users but also Akhtar, who currently seen talking about various social issues, demanded justice for the Hindu girl.
On Twitter, Pakistan’s former speed star Shoaib Akhtar Said:
Unfortunate and painful reading about the suspicious death of the innocent young woman, Nimrata Kumari. I hope justice to done and the real culprits to found soon. My heart beats with all Pakistanis no matter what faith it belongs to. Rest in peace. #JusticeForNimrata.
Meanwhile, local police have also launched an investigation into the case.