Akram’s postmortem sans torture traceable vital body parts
LAHORE: The postmortem report of a Pakistani citizen Muhammad Akram, who had died in the Indian city Amritsar jail, has been released here Sunday revealing the grisly story of untraceable torture. Doctors said that the heart, kidneys, lungs, liver and intestines were taken out from the body of Muhammad Akram, which has made it difficult for finding out the cause of the death.Some wound marks were found on the arms of Muhammad Akram. However, some sample of his body has been sent to the chemical examiner for finding out the real reason of death. It may be recalled that prior to Akram, Khalid Mahmood’s, who had died of Indian jail tortures, vital parts of the body were also taken out during the postmortem in India.
Akram’s body laid down to rest
FAISALABAD: Pakistani national Muhammad Akram who was died in Amritsar jail of India, was laid to rest Sunday at his native village in Faisalabad. Indian authorities had handed over the remains of Muhammad Akram to Pakistani officials at Wagah border. The body after postmortem was brought to native village of Muhammad Akram in tehsil Samundri of Faisalabad.
Pak-India talks on May 21
The ministerial level talks between Pakistan and India will be held in Islamabad on the 21st of this month. According to media reports an official of Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi on Sunday said the repatriation issue of Pakistani prisoners is expected to figure during the talks. He said that New Delhi did not respond to Islamabad’s repeated requests for provision of complete information regarding Pakistani prisoners languishing in Indian jails.