- Big disclosure in the portmortem report of Sri Lankan citizen killed in Pakistan
- Almost all the bones of the body were found broken, the dead body also burnt up to 99 percent
- dead body will be sent to sri lanka by special plane case filed against 800 people
In the Punjab province of Pakistan, the brutality of the extremists along with Sri Lankan citizen Priyantha Kumara Diyavadana has been revealed in the postmortem report. It has been told in the report that almost all the bones of Diyavadana’s body were broken and the body was 99 percent burnt. Supporters of the hardline Islamist party Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) on Friday attacked a garment factory and its general manager Diyawadna (40) was beaten to death on charges of blasphemy. The mob then set his body on fire.
death due to fracture of skull and jaw
According to the news of Geo News, in the postmortem report of Diyavadana, fracture of skull and jawbone has been cited as the cause of death. According to the report, his vital organs, liver, stomach and one kidney were affected, while the marks of torture were all over the body. The spinal cord was broken in three places. The postmortem report revealed that 99 per cent of Diyavadana’s body was burnt and the bones of the entire body were broken except for a toe bone.
body will be sent to sri lanka by special plane
A Punjab Police spokesperson said that after the postmortem, Diyawadana’s body would be sent to Lahore where it would be handed over to the Sri Lankan consulate. The report quoted an official as saying that after all the legal formalities, the body would be sent to Sri Lanka by a special aircraft. Meanwhile, a video has surfaced in which a man is seen trying to save Diyavadana. After Diyavadana’s death, another person is seen pleading not to set the dead body on fire, but the angry mob pushes him aside.
Case registered against more than 800 people
More than 800 people have been booked on terrorism charges in this incident after increasing pressure on the Pakistan government. Apart from this, 13 of the 118 arrested are prime suspects. Sri Lankan Parliament, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa condemned the incident and expressed hope that Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan will bring the culprits to justice and abide by his commitment to ensure the safety of the remaining Sri Lankan migrant workers.