ISLAMABAD - A six-member medical board, earlier constituted to conduct the postmortem of Kamran Faisal, a NAB investigation officer in the rental power projects (RPPs) scam, Saturday rejected outright the findings of Punjab Forensic Science Agency (PFSA) that the deceased was tortured before his death, The Nation has learnt.Kamran Faisal was found hanged from the ceiling fan in his room at Federal Lodges, Islamabad, on January 18, under mysterious circumstances and the doctors in the initial postmortem report had declared the case suicide.An informed source in the Poly Clinic Hospital told The Nation that the medical board in its detailed and final postmortem report, objecting to some of the findings of the PFSA report, had declared the death a suicide case. The board rejected the report of the Forensic Laboratory that there were marks of torture on the body of the deceased with the opinion that such marks must have appeared during the exhumation of the body.The sealed report, signed by Poly Clinic Executive Director Shaukat Kayani, has been despatched to the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) police, for producing the same before the Supreme Court on the next hearing of the case. A two-member bench of the apex court is hearing the death case of Faisal. The medical board of the Federal Government Poly Clinic Hospital (FGPCH) did not give any public statement as to what opinion the board gave in the final report and what importance was given to the PFSA findings. The six-member board of FGPC, headed by Dr IU Baig, consultant-surgeon of the hospital, Dr Ehsan-ul-Haq, Dr Javed Ahmed, Dr Imtiaz Hussain, Dr Tanveer Afsar Malik, medico-legal officer (MLO), and Dr Abdul Mateen, additional principal, Rawalpindi Medical College, met here on Saturday to discuss and finalise the report.Dr Sharif Astori, the spokesman for Poly Clinic, said the reports of the Forensic Laboratory and all other evidences as well as findings in connection with the death case of Kamran Faisal were discussed in detail at the board meeting. Dr Astori said contents of the final report would remain confidential and be handed over to the police concerned through a due legal process. Earlier, Dr Sharif Astori, while talking to media people, said the board, consisting of senior doctors, examined all the reports for two days. He did not comment whether the case was a murder or a suicide, saying the matter was before the court. Replying to a question, he said Faisal had been visiting Poly Clinic for his psychological treatment and he had also come to the hospital two months ago. He said the medical board would also look into the report on the samples of the death case of Faisal that were sent abroad for examination. Earlier, the forensic report of the PFSA had established that Kamran Faisal was tortured before death. The report had revealed that the hyoid bone of the deceased was intact though it stood fractured in cases of suicide by hanging. The report said right superior cornu of thyroid cartilage of the deceased was fractured before death. The agency, in its analysis of the rope, (azaar-band) reported that one person did not handle it and found partial DNA of another person on the rope.