LAHORE A 22-year-old youth minutes after his family doctor administered him expired injection died near Muhammad Din Mosque in Shalimar Police precincts late on Wednesday. The deceased was later identified as Tanvir Khalid, a resident of House No-13, Street No-175, Madina Colony. He had been assisting his father in business of bangles since long. According to the accounts of several residents, the chief reason of his death was negligence of Dr Muhammad Iftikhar Hussain. One Azhar, a doorstep neighbour of the deceased, told that Tanvir approached Dr Iftikhar at about 11:00 pm on Wednesday at his private mini hospital Hanif Medical Centre - located near a few yards away from the Shalimar Police Station. Reportedly, he administered him an expired injection, which reacted and swelling started, he added. Azhar said Tanvir, who had requested his mother to avoid disturbing him as he would perform religious rituals during the entire Shab-e-Miraaj, rushed to the clinic of Dr Iftikhar where two illiterate paramedical assistants namely Zulfiqar and Muhammad Ramazan administered him other expired injection, he added. Reportedly, the youth died on the spot at about 12:30 am on Thursday. Meanwhile, a police team under the supervision of Sub-Inspector Aslam reached the spot and collected necessary evidences. The In-charge investigation Inspector Chaudhary Munawar Hussain Hanjra told that an FIR under section 319 of PPC has been lodged against the accused while Dr Iftikhar has also handed over himself to police investigators. He, however, said Iftikhar Hussain was an MBBS doctor and also a degree holder from Tokyo, Japan, and furthermore he was Tanvirs family doctor for the last several months. Yes, of course police would thoroughly investigate each aspect of case, he added.