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One other Pakistani man jailed in India dies | World


KARACHI/AMRITSAR: One other Pakistani citizen jailed in India died — reportedly of pure causes — Thursday night time, Geo Information reported.

Mohammad Azam, 62, was arrested by Indian officers for allegedly illegally crossing the border and was then transferred to a jail in Firozpur, in East Punjab.

Nevertheless, regardless of his jail sentence ending in 2016, he was not launched however as a substitute moved to a jail in Amritsar.

When his situation worsened, he was shifted to Guru Nanak Dev Hospital, the place he later handed away.

Final month, Shakirullah, one other Pakistani prisoner, was stoned to dying by different inmates in Rajasthan’s Jaipur Central Jail. 

His physique was handed over to Pakistan on the Wagah Border final Saturday and his household laid him to relaxation of their hometown in Sialkot.

The February 20 homicide of the Pakistani inmate had come after India levelled baseless allegations in opposition to Pakistan of being concerned within the Pulwama assault in occupied Kashmir. Shakirullah had been within the Indian jail since 2001.

Pakistan, on this regard, had lodged its protest with India after the inspector normal of police (IG) for Rajasthan and in-charge of prisons Kapil Garg confirmed the information of Shakirullah’s homicide.

“The Indian administration failed to guard Shakirullah,” stated Overseas Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi.

The Pakistani prisoner had been eight years right into a life time period when he was attacked on the Jaipur central jail. He was stoned to dying following a quarrel, Garg advised AFP.

The deceased’s household, however, maintained that the late Shakirullah was not mentally match and crossed Indian territory by mistake throughout his go to to Shakargarh to go to a pageant. 


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