ISLAMABAD - President Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) Dr Sibt-ul-Hassan has said that practice licenses of doctors accused in Huma Wasims death case cannot be cancelled as it required another in-depth inquiry. He stated this while speaking at the National Assembly Standing Committee on Health special meeting held to discuss Huma Wasims death case here on Thursday. The committee reserved its decision for the first time after taking the point of view of the accused doctors. While briefing the committee members, the accused doctors alleged that the inquiry report was totally wrong as it recommended to cancel doctors practice licences who did not treat Huma whereas many doctors who were involved in treating Huma were excluded from the list. Dr Sarwar from National Hospital Lahore said that the committee did not include the name of three doctors including Dr Faisal Sultan, Dr Sultan and Dr Yasir in spite of the fact that they also treated Huma. While challenging the inquiry report Dr Kamaran Cheema said the report was not based on actual facts and figures. Humas death was caused by Muco Fungus and it was not possible to diagnose it in early stages he added. The matter was highlighted when Wasim Akram was asked to pay dues for his wifes treatment he further maintained. The committee was told that it was Wasim Akrams wish to take Huma to Singapore and the decision to administer injection in the air-ambulance was taken by the flight doctors. Convener of the committee Member National Assembly Fazal Chaudhry said the committee would not take ex-party decision and after consulting with the inquiry committee the decision would be taken.