Pakistani prisoner dies in Libya

September 14, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: The Chairman of Ansar Burney Trust International and Pakistan’s former federal minister for human rights, Ansar Burney, has said that out of 58 remaining Pakistani prisoners in a Tawesha Jail at Tripoli, Libya one of trafficked Pakistani prisoner, Adil Hussain, son of Arif Hussain, residence of Khushab (Punjab), expired in a critical condition. The Libya in these days was facing worst civil war.

He said his body from prison was shifted to a nearest hospital for necessary arrangements to send the body to Pakistan.

Burney said that 226 Pakistani prisoners, mostly trafficked from Pakistan, were already released from Libyan prisons with the kind assistance and cooperation of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Pakistan Embassy in Libya and Ambassador Lt. General (Retd) Javed Zia.

In this regard the Ansar Burney Trust also specially thanked Chief of Army Staff, General Raheel Sharif, for his kind interest in human rights related issues.

He said with the kind cooperation of Pakistan Embassy in Tripoli, Ansar Burney Trust International was working hard to get release remaining 58 Pakistanis as soon as possible from Tawesha Jail in Libya.

The post Pakistani prisoner dies in Libya appeared first on Pakistan Press International.