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Culprits of Sialkot incident do not deserve any relief: PM


ISLAMABAD: A meeting on law and order has been held today under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Imran Khan in which Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar, Federal Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed, and other senior officials participated.

During the meeting, the prime minister was apprised of the progress made so far regarding the Sialkot incident, and a detailed report was also presented.

During the meeting, PM Imran Khan said that this incident has humiliated the entire nation, therefore no concession will be given to the accused involved and they will be punished. A foreign national named Priyantha Kumara was brutally lynched by a mob in Sialkot over blasphemy allegations on Friday.

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The gut-wrenching incident took place on Wazirabad Road, where workers of private factories brutally lynched the Sri Lankan national and set his body on fire. Kumara was the operational manager at the factory for the past seven years.

The autopsy report confirmed a fractured skull and brain protrusion of the victim. Around 99 percent of the body of Kumara was completely burnt. He died of brain damage. All the bones, including the victim’s arms and hip, were broken with the exception of one foot.

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