Lahore (Web Desk): Member National Assembly (MNA) Jamshed Dasti’s medical report has found no visible marks of violence, however, expert advice has been sought from a cardiologist, physician and dental surgeon on complaints of chest pain, epigestrim and toothache.
According to details, a medical board was constituted to examine Jamshed Dasti after the MNA alleged that he was being tortured in jail.
Earlier, Dasti was imprisoned for forcefully opening a canal gate and speaking to the media outside an anti-terrorism court on Thursday claimed he was being tortured and his barrack had scorpions crawling around.
The MNA said he was beaten and had been deprived of food at the Multan Central Jail.
Chief Justice Lahore High Court took notice of the MNA’s alleged torture Jamshed after Dasti’s video being broadcast on television.
The Lahore High Court chief justice has demanded a report on the matter from the sessions judge Sarghoda and the anti-terrorism court.
The judges will send their report after visiting the jail on June 30.
Meanwhile, a petition has been filed in the Supreme Court by Advocate Zulfiqar Ahmed Bhutta seeking suo moto notice on the video of Jamshed Dasti. The petition seeks Dasti’s appearance in the apex court and a medical examination of the MNA.