Qasr-e-Naz Hotel five Children died due to food poison
Six employees at a Qasr-e-Naz (authorities rest house) in Karachi have been arrested for his or her participation in the fatalities of six folks from Balochistan’s Pishin.
Five children and their aunt died immediately after they found its way to Karachi from Pishin. They remained at the Qasr-e-Naz.
It was at first reported that they died of food poisoning but a later statement mentioned that the fatalities were caused by aluminium phosphide poisoning.
Sunday on, the analysis team sought an in depth record from the officials involved with fumigating the others house.
The medical examiners said that the family were subjected to the phosphine gas from AP tablets, which are generally used for fumigation.
The investigating team arrested six employees of the others house, including officers.