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Joburg doctor, Abdulhay Munshi accused in death of young patient shot dead

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Joburg doctor Abdul Hay Munshi was accused of the death of a young patient. On Wednesday, he was shot six times in the back of the head after a car collided with his car while he was driving it.

Police confirmed the sad news of the Dr. Munshi murder case after the 57-year-old was shot dead by unknown assailants. However, they did not release Munshi’s name.

The motive behind the shooting has yet to be determined. “The case will be investigated by a multidisciplinary team immediately, and the 72-hour response plan will be immediately activated to uncover the culprits,” said police spokesman Brigadier General Matthavilo Peters.

Sama’s boss, Dr. Angelic Coetzee, told The Star on Thursday that the circumstances surrounding Munshi’s death were not normal, and there is a possibility that he was injured.

It wasn’t an ordinary murder, theft, or a suicide attempt. Nothing was stolen and someone hit the back of his car and went out to see what had happened. She said, “There are witnesses who said that he was hit in the back.”

Munshi was the co-defendant in the premeditated murder case with Professor Peter Bell on Netcare after they were blamed for the death of Xian Sayed, 10, after a routine laparoscopic operation at Park Lane Hospital last October.

 

The two doctors were released on bail of 10,000 rand, and they were expected to appear again on November 16.

Cozzi said Sama was furious at Munshi’s death.

“This killing is the result of a systematic failure of law and order in our country and how law criminals value life, whether it is a doctor or a worker.” “This is unacceptable,” she said.

At the same time, police have called witnesses with information that could lead to the arrest of the suspects to report to the police.

Peters said: “Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or has information that could lead to the arrest of the suspect (suspects), we urge him to come to the nearest police station or call the crime scene No. 08600 10111.”

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