Retired Brig Asad Munir found dead in Islamabad: police

Retired Brig Asad Munir, a former member of the Capital Development Authority (CDA), was found dead in Islamabad, police said on Friday.
Station house officer (SHO) of police station secretariat, Inspector Asjad, told Dawn that it was a case of suicide, adding that a report mentioning Section 174 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC), which deals with cases of suicide, will be compiled.
The SHO further said that the family of the deceased requested not to perform an autopsy of the body. Subsequently, the body was returned to the family upon the completion of legal formalities.
Superintendents of police (SP) City Islamabad Sayad Aziz, added that a first information report (FIR) could not be registered as the family did not want to have a post-mortem examination conducted on the body.
A senior doctor at Pims hospital told Dawn that while post-mortem examination was not performed, superficial marks on the body were consistent with cases of suicides.
The doctor said that there were no indication of any resistance, and ruled out the possibility that he may have been murdered.
According to police sources, a suicide letter reportedly penned by the deceased has been found. However, the letter's authenticity will be commented on later, the source added.
Khalid Munir, elder brother of Brig Munir, tweeted that his brother has passed away and the funeral will be offered at 5pm at H-8 Grave Yard on Friday. He did not disclose the cause of death.
The deceased was residing in an apartment at the Diplomatic Enclave in Islamabad. He was a former intelligence operative with extensive experience of working in KP and the tribal areas.
PPP co-chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari offered his condolences to the deceased's family.Commenting on the  death, senior journalist Umar Cheema  told Geo News  that the deceased was deeply upset over the treatment meted out to him by National Accountability Bureau (NAB) investigators probing a case against him.
In the letter dated March 15, Asad Munir gave  details about the allegations levelled against him and the way he was treated by the "incompetent NAB officers".
In the note circulating on the social media and addressed to the Chief Justice of Pakistan, he wrote that he was giving his life in the hope that the top judge of the country  would bring positive changes in the system where incompetent people are playing with the life and honor of citizen in the name of accountability.
The authenticity of the letter could not be confirmed

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