Mumbai bomb blast – alleged causes of death of Faiz Usmani- A reverse analysis of the preliminary medical report

Disclaimer as headline – This report hasn’t a legal value at all and it can’t be presented as an authentic document ( as its a learned citizens’ knowledge network report only) although it may help in further inquiry of the case owing to its possible scientific quotients

A reverse analysis of preliminary medical report but search for an authentic one –

The provided medical explanation is not adequate . It has almost no medical basis that a kind of shock will cause brain hemorrhage ( that might be a media mistake in representing doctor , but any such claim has no scientific basis as per our knowledge of medicine) and the cause of such alleged brain hemorrhage should be medically investigated . Although as per post-martem report there is no external injury to the victim and a media report is claiming of signs of brain hemorrhage in CT as per an attending doctor , we suggest that victim’s serum and tissue samples should be sent for analysis to more than one standard forensic drug laboratories to check an arbitrary application of drugs to be the cause of death and an authentic interdisciplinary team should be sought for integrated analysis of the case and verification of the all medical reports along with a previous disease and treatment history of the victim should be inquired in detail.
– Dr. ashu kumar, AIIMS, Delhi

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Dated: 17/07/2011
Dr ashu kumar,
MMRDH, ROOM NO-116, AIIMS, DELHI
NEW DELHI , DELHI
Dear Dr ashu kumar,
The Commission has recieved your complaint and it has assigned diary number as 114614
with the Follwing details:-
Victim Faiz Usmani
Address Mumbai
Incident dated 17/07/2011
Incident Type CUSTODIAL DEATH (Police)
Incident Place MUMBAI MUMBAI , MAHARASHTRA
NHRC, New Delhi, INDIA.

http://zeenews.india.com/news/nation/mumbai-blasts-faiz-died-of-hypertension-says-medical-report_720177.html
Mumbai blasts: Faiz died of hypertension, says medical reportMumbai: Hours after Faiz Usmani, the brother of Ahmedabad blasts suspect Afzal Usmani, died following interrogation by the Maharashtra ATS in the July 13 Mumbai blasts case, a preliminary post-mortem report said the man in question had no marks of external injuries.

Doctors have already said Faiz died of brain haemorrhage. Faiz died at 1:30 am while undergoing treatment for hemiparesis and hypertension, doctors at the Lokmanya Tilak Hospital here said.

Dr Ryan Kumar, a doctor at the hospital said, “He died due to brain haemorrhage. This condition is usually when a person is exposed to some kind of shock.”

Meanwhile, reports said the Mumbai Police, which have denied the claims by Faiz’s family members of torturing him during questioning, have ordered a probe into the incident.

Faiz was taken to the hospital after he allegedly fell sick during questioning by police yesterday. He died in the hospital.

His family members have blamed the Mumbai police and ATS officials for his death claiming foul play.

Azeem Usmani, the victim’s son alleged, “My father was picked up for questioning and pressurised during interrogation. They are to blame for his death”.

The police, while denying that they tortured him, admitted Faiz was not feeling well when they brought him for questioning.

Afzal Usmani is currently behind bars in connection with the Ahmedabad blasts.

Police suspect Afzal Usmani is an Indian Mujahideen operative and arrested him in 2008. He is believed to have provided cars used in the 2008 Ahmedabad serial blasts.
http://zeenews.india.com/news/nation/mumbai-blasts-faiz-died-of-hypertension-says-medical-report_720177.html

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