Later, the case became more controversial when the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) accused the authorities of mishandling
the critical evidence. NADRA stated that the fingerprints collected by the police were substandard and were unrecognizable from the online data.
Later the report by Forensic Lab Lahore said that the police delayed the submission unnecessarily. Additionally, the police did not send the sample from the nails of Chandani even though it was critical evidence.
JUDICIAL COMMISSION REPORT
According to sources, the Judicial Commission has despatched a 17-page report to the Sindh Home Department. The commission forwarded the report after 72 days even though it was due within 30 days of the incident. A District and Sessions Judge Larkana headed the commission on the request of the Sindh government. the commission conducted hearings of witnesses including students, teachers, and staff of the College.
The commission also reviewed the police investigations, autopsy reports, and DNA reports. The evidences reviewed included forensic data of Chandani’s cell phone and her laptop and those of the suspects. However, the judicial commission failed to consider the fact that the autopsy report has confirmed that Chandani was a victim of rape.
Furthermore, it concluded that “Nimrita was under severe stress following the refusal of her marriage proposal by her friend. Owing to severe stress and dejection and frustration, Chandani committed suicide.” Moreover, The judicial panel claimed that it could not detect murder in the case.