How did the fire erupt, what happened next, was it really a suicide or a murder – the answer to all these questions is still unknown. Police officials said it was a suicide case; however Nabiha’s family rejected police claims.
Investigating agencies found a diary from her room, which is believed to belong to the deceased CSP officer.
Officials told that some excerpts in the diary mention a man named Umar, Nabiha was in a relationship with. The diary further read that Umar was not responding to her phone calls, at which the distressed officer managed to get some petrol and set her ablaze.
On the other hand, Nabiha’s family entirely rejected police claims and demanded a thorough investigation into the ‘murder’. Nabiha’s mother and sister demanded the Chief Minister of Punjab, Shahbaz Sharif to take notice of the incident and to order the arrest of culprits behind it.
Police has however started a search for Umar, who is reported to be a resident of Islamabad. Officials also seized Nabiha’s mobile phone and sought its data to advance the probe.
The writings of the deceased officer were sent to the forensic lab for further examination.
Yesterday, a female CSP officer, Nabiha Chaudhry’s burnt dead body was found from her room at the hostel of Audit and Accounts Training Institute, Lahore.
The deceased officer had passed the Central Superior Services (CSS) exam a year ago and was on training at the Audit Accounts Training Institute.
Nabiha hailed from Karachi and was enrolled in 41 Common Training Program (CTP).