Post-mortem Report Reveals Shakirullah Died Owing To Head Injury

SIALKOT (Pakistan Point News / NNI - 03rd March, 2019) The post-mortem report of a Pakistani national, Shakirullah, who was stoned to death by other inmates inside Indias Jaipur Central Jail, has revealed that he died owing to a grievous head injury.According to the report compiled by a six-member team of medical experts under the stewardship of the Allama Iqbal Teaching Hospitals medical superintendent, the Pakistani national died from a head injury.

Dr Farooq said more details will come to light after forensic report of the deceased.On March 2, the body of Shakirullah was handed over to Pakistani officials by India at Wagah border crossing. Hindu prisoners had stoned to death Shakirullah in Jaipur jail, India on February 20 after Pulwama incident.Earlier today, the funeral prayers of Shakirullah were offered in Daska on Sunday. He was later laid to rest at his ancestral village Jessarwala in Daskaon Sunday with state honour.

A large number of the people, including MNA Sahibzada Syed Iftikharul Hassan Shah, Provincial Minister for Environment Punjab Bao Muhammad Rizwan, MPAs Ch. Naveed Ashraf, Mian Zeeshan Rafiq, Sialkot Deputy Commissioner Dr.Syed Bilal Haider, Regional Police Officer (RPO) Gujranwala Tariq Abbas Qureshi, President PTI Central Punjab Umer Dar, traders, journalists, lawyers and students of local schools, colleges and universities attended his funeral prayer.

Earlier, people accorded a rosy welcome to ambulance carrying Shakirullah''s coffin wrapped in Pakistani flag, upon its arrival at the graveyard for burial. They showered mounds of rose patels.The Pakistani national was killed by other inmates at Rajasthans Jaipur Central Jail on February 20. He was subjected to severe torture inside the prison, which led to his death on spot.The Foreign Office said on Saturday that India had not yet responded to Pakistans request for a judicial probe into the killing of Shakirullah.

Taking to Twitter shortly after Indian authorities handed over the mortal remains of the Pakistani inmate to Pakistani officials at Wagah border crossing, spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal said India has not responded to Pakistans request for post-mortem-judicial inquiry into the incident.Failure to protect basic human right to life of Pakistani in its prison raises questions India must answer, he said. NNI