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Online candlelight condolences for Sarabjit by OIPA

HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times  Rohtak, May 02, 2013
First Published: 11:57 IST(2/5/2013) | Last Updated: 15:30 IST(2/5/2013)

Barely few hours after Indian death row prisoner Sarabjit Singh died in a Lahore hospital in the wee hours on Thursday, International Organisation for Animal Protection-(OIPA) and People For Animals, Haryana have started a online candle light condolences.

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The message of OIPA while offering condolences on online like reads "Dirty face of Pakistan: Indian death row prisoner Sarabjit Singh has been killed by ISI, May departed soul rest in peace".

Naresh Kadyan, who is Indian representative of OIPA and president of PFA-Haryana told HT on phone: "Not only India, but even nationals of foreign countries are disturbed in the manner Sarabjit was tortured inside jail  which forced his tragic death after meeting an inhumane treatment".

He said, "We would wait for the Indian side to take appropriate action on this issue, but if nothing satisfactorily was done, we would also launch an online agitation to get the whole issue of Sarabjit Singh enquired from an international investigating agency."

Kadyan who has got around 500 FIR's done in cruelty against animals said: "Our Indian activists are contacting our counterparts spread all around the world to offer their support for getting the perpetrators to book in the death of Sarabjit Singh".


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