Human Right Violations Continue As Another Pakistani Fisherman Dies In Indian Prison
KARACHI– As cruelties continue in Indian jails, another Pakistani fisherman has allegedly died in a jail today.
A spokesperson for Fishermen’s Cooperative Society announced on Thursday that Mohammad Sohail was taken into custody by Indian forces on October 2, 2016, after he accidentally crossed into Indian waters.
Sohail, a resident of Muhammadi Colony in Karachi, is the fourth Pakistani to die in an Indian jail in a span of one month.
The spokesperson added that the reason behind Sohail’s death is unknown and that it would take some days before his body is brought back to Pakistan.
He added that at least 108 Pakistani fishermen are still imprisoned in jails across India.
Earlier this month, Noorul Amin succumbed to his injuries after being subjected to torture. He had been was kidnapped by Indian forces from Pakistan’s maritime boundaries.
SOURCE: GEO NEWS