Four plant owners booked, one arrested over mysterious deaths in Keamari

Four plant owners booked, one arrested over mysterious deaths in Keamari 

Case filed against four  plant  possessors for negligence, manslaughter.  Deaths reported in Keamari  points from Jan 10- 25.  

sweats underway to arrest the other  plant  possessors police.  A original  plant  proprietor named Khair Muhammad was arrested over charges of manslaughter and negligence after 18 people, including 16 children, reportedly  failed due to  poisonous smothers released from multiple recycling manufactories in the area, reported The News.   

The deaths were reported in Ali Muhammad Goth and Mawach Goth between January 10 and January 25 after  gobbling mysterious  poisonous  feasts emitting from the manufactories operating in the domestic areas.   The police registered a First Information Report( FIR) at Mochko Police station under sections 322 and284/34 of Pakistan's Penal Code on labourer Khadim Hussain's complaint. Khadim, a  occupant of the Mawach Goth, lost four family members in the recent series of deaths in the area.   

Section 322 deals with  discipline for Qatl- bis- sabab, Section 284 deals with careless conduct concerning the  toxic substance, and Section 34 deals with acts done by several persons in  headway of common intention.   In his statement to the police, the plaintiff told that several  recovering manufactories are operating near his  position without taking any preventative measures and emitting mysterious  poisonous  feasts that have taken several innocent lives.   

The FIR has been registered against three  plant  possessors Khair Muhammad, alias Sher Ali, Shahid Hussain and Saeed Khan, SHO Chaudhry Shahid told The News. He said that some unidentified  plant  possessors have also been  indicted in the FIR.   

The officer said that  sweats are underway to arrest the other  plant  possessors.   On Saturday, Director General Health Sindh's report said that a measles outbreak could be one of the probable causes of deaths in the area. still, the final verdict could only be given after  evidence from the National Institute of Health( NIH), Islamabad, where blood samples had been  transferred for analysis. 

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