Senior State Life official purportedly ends it all by bouncing off working in Karachi
A senior authority of the State Life Insurance Corporation of Pakistan (SLIC), who was purportedly confronting a request over some “individual exercises”, on Wednesday supposedly took his life by bouncing from the eleventh floor of a multi-story expanding on Karachi’s I.I. Chundrigar Road, as indicated by police and sources.
Zafar Iqbal, 55, was filling in as the appointee supervisor organization at State Life Insurance Building No. 2 inverse Habib Bank Plaza on I.I. Chundrigar Road.
His family questioned the case that Iqbal had ended it all and proposed that his passing was a homicide.
In any case, City Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Muquddus Haider disclosed to Dawn that underlying examination and onlooker records demonstrated that Iqbal, the dad of four youngsters, committed suicide.
The senior official said that further examination concerning the episode was in progress on the grounds that the family had questioned the police variant.
As indicated by SSP Haider, a watchman conveyed at the SLIC office made an effort not to bounce from the structure, yet the last continued to do so in any case.
Another official, Mithadar Station House Officer Rizwan Patel, said that they were trusting that a specialists’ report will find out about the demise.
The perished authority’s body was moved to the Dr Ruth Pfau Civil Hospital Karachi for dissection.
A police source revealed to Dawn that Iqbal was supposedly “discouraged” generally as a request had been started against him by State Life specialists over his “own lead” in the workplace.