Did Pakistan fail to give adequate protection to Sarabjit Singh in the jail? Your views?
Asked by Good Citizen, 03 May '13 10:04 am
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Of course, Yes!Pakistan clearly failed to protect Sarabjit especially when there was an obvious threat to his life after the Ajmal Kasab and Afzal Guru executions. The attack on Sarabjit Singh could easily have been prevented had jail authorities been more vigilant. However, it is not just the case of a few notorious jail inmates beating (who enjoyed complete freedom in doing so) Sarabjit Singh. There is certainly more than it appears. Why was Sarabjit Singh not considered a prisoner at risk? Where was the jail staff when he was attacked? How can a prisoner with strict security and surveillance arrangements (as Pakistan claims) be attacked? Where did the assaulters get the bricks and blades that they used to attack Sarabjit inside jail? The Indian government at least now take up the issue of safety and security of all Indian prisoners in their custody at the highest level.Answered by sumati gayki, 03 May '13 10:09 am
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Yes ofcourse. It is also said that jail administration was involved at behest of government in his murder.Answered by Uncommon Freind, 03 May '13 10:10 am
YesAnswered by aflatoon, 03 May '13 10:08 am
Undoubtedly !Answered by syed ilyas, 03 May '13 10:06 am