Islamabad high court finds no evidence of poisoning in bushra bibi case.

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) concluded on Tuesday that there was no evidence to support the claim that former first lady Bushra Bibi was poisoned. During the hearing presided over by Justice Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb, it was revealed that medical tests conducted at Al Shifa Hospital, under the supervision of Dr. Asim Yousaf, found no traces of poison in Bushra Bibi’s system.

Upon inquiring about Bushra Bibi’s health status, the court was informed by public prosecutor Abdul Rehman that she had undergone medical tests and was confirmed to be in good health.

The petitioner’s counsel expressed the desire for Bushra Bibi to appear before the court herself to provide clarification on the matter. However, the court determined that no wrongdoing had occurred in relation to Bushra Bibi.

Consequently, the court disposed of the petition after hearing arguments from both parties.

This development follows earlier allegations made by the PTI founder, who claimed that his wife had been poisoned while at their residence in Bani Gala. The PTI founder had asserted that traces of poison were observed on Bushra Bibi’s skin and tongue during Ramadan.

With the court’s ruling dismissing the poisoning allegations, the case surrounding Bushra Bibi’s health appears to have reached a resolution, underscoring the importance of evidence-based legal proceedings in addressing such sensitive matters.