KARACHI - A man, allegedly involved in a murder case, died in the custody of Sharah-e-Faisal police here on Wednesday. Postmortem report suggested that severe physical torture caused the death of Kishan Chand alias Moto, a resident of Cannt area, but the concerned police claimed that the deceased had suffered a fatal heart attack. An inquiry into the matter has been ordered. Kishan was wanted to the said police under charges of killing his nephew Ameed Kumar, who was found dead from in his house on October 11. Kumar's uncle, Bhaghwandas, had lodged the FIR of his murder against Kishan and his accomplice Sabir. On November 4, Kishan's brother handed him over to the police where he stated that some unidentified men had kidnapped. The family of deceased Kishan alleged that he was subjected to severe torture in police custody which resulted in his death. The demanded the registration of a case against responsible police officials. On the contrary, Shah Faisal Colony DSP Raza Hussain Shah said the deceased was a heart patient and the police had recovered medicines of the disease from his pocket.  He added that during interrogation, Kishan went through sever heart attack and died on way to the hospital. However, postmortem of the dead body, conducted in the presence of magistrate, surgeon Sindh police and senior doctors, revealed that torture was the main reason behind the death of Kishan. "He did not died of heart attack rather he was killed due to torture," said Police Surgeon Sindh, Dr Hamid Ali, adding that the postmortem revealed signs of torture on his body and blood was bleeding from his face and nose that indicated Kishan was subjected to the police torture. There were reports that accused police officials, DSP Junejo and SIO Hadi, had been arrested and a case was registered against them for killing Kishan Chand. On the other hand, senior police official SP Abdul Qayyum Patafi denied the charges and said that an inquiry team had been constituted to probe into the matter.