Peshawar: Police in Pakistan‘s northwestern region of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have launched an investigation after a minor girl, working in the house of a provincial minister, has died recently, The Express Tribune reported.
The 11-year-old-girl, who was working at the minister’s residence along with her elder sister, reportedly became ill after eating some fruits on January 25.
She was admitted to a local hospital, where she did not recover and passed away.
However, on the basis of initial investigation, police did not suspect any foul play in the death of the girl, who reportedly had a hereditary breathing problem.
Her brother also died due to the same problem a month ago.
A case has not been registered in this regard and authorities are awaiting medical report of the deceased. (ANI)