WAGAH BORDER, LAHORE: The dejected family of Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh, who was attacked in Kot Lakhpat Lahore jail last week returned to India via Wagah Border on Wednesday as the condition of the Indian prisoner remained highly critical amid reports that he is brain dead.

Sarabjit Singh was attack by two death row prisoners who apparently wanted to take revenge from the Indian prisoner who is also on a death row for carrying out terrorist activities in Pakistan.

A visibly distraught Sarabjit’s sister Dalbir Kaur told newsmen at Wagah border that she was returning to India to take care of Sarabjit’s children. She demanded that Pakistan should hold an inquiry as to how Sarabjit’s security was compromised and he was subsequently attacked with bricks and iron rods.

“If the attacked was planned by the government itself then there is no need for an inquiry. But if Sarabjit was attacked without the knowledge of the authorities then an inquiry is definitely needed.”

Sarabjit’s lawyer Awais Sheikh said he would file a fresh petition in Lahore High Court (LHC) seeking its permission to allow the Indian doctors to be part of the medical board which is treating Sarbjit Singh.Sarabjit remains in deep coma and doctors are not very hopeful about his survival.

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mohit
May 1, 2013 3:06 pm

Awais sheikh you are true human beign. hatts off to you and your courage.

Sohail
May 1, 2013 5:06 pm

What a way to show the world that the brand of Islam preached in Pakistan is so "inhumane" and "uncaring".

Totally and diametrically opposite to the great teachings of our Holy Prophet (pbuh)

Nauman Ahmad
May 1, 2013 7:11 pm

Please correct grammatical mistakes. It is not suitable to the reputation of a highly prized newspaper to make such glaring mistakes.

Celestial
May 1, 2013 8:01 pm

Govt in countries don't care about people. Govt of India never cared to put pressure to bring Sarabjit back. He had no murder or any grave charge, and already server 20 years in Jail. There is no point keeping him in Jail. Pak Govt knew there was a threat to his life, still didn't do anything. opinion, In my with this Congress party in India doesn't deserve a day in office. Pakistan wouldn't release him as its against their ethics to do anything for India, even if that meant grave injustice to a family, to a human. Govt are all inhuman, and no heart, they don't care about people. For family its family first and nationalities later, but see here, a guy lost because of ego's ot two Govt, a bad omen, a sing of a bleak future.

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