Another Pakistani inmate killed in Indian jail
NEW DELHI: Another Pakistani inmate lost his life after being brutally subjected to torture by the prison staff on Thursday, ARY News reported.
Following the Pulwama attack, Muslims are being viciously tortured by the extremists in India, occupied Kashmir, while Pakistani inmates are also under threat.
As per details, a fisherman, identified as Noorul Ameen, who was taken into custody by the Indian forces over mistakenly entering into Indian waters in 2017, was viciously subjected to torture in the prison by the jail staff.
Despite Pakistan’s several steps of peace gesture including release of captured pilot Abhinandan and letting mother of Kulbhushan Jadhav to meet him at the foreign office, last year, the Indian side is continuing its aggression.
On March 7, despite completing his jail term three years ago, another Pakistani inmate Muhammad Azam,62, had passed away in an Indian hospital.
Reasons behind his death could not be ascertained.
Back in the month of February, Shakirullah, another Pakistani inmate was stoned to death by other inmates at Rajasthan’s Jaipur Central Jail.
According to autopsy conducted by a six-member medical board of Allama Iqbal Teaching Hospital, the heavy injury on the head resulted death of Shakirullah.
A post-mortem was also previously conducted, the report revealed, adding brain and heart were missing from the body.