Rawalpindi (Daily Pakistan Online) Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has said that the killing of a Sri Lankan citizen in Sialkot is reprehensible and shameful.
According to the Pakistan Army Public Relations (ISPR), the Army Chief said that such extra-judicial measures are absolutely unacceptable. Every possible help will be provided to bring the perpetrators of heinous crimes to justice.
It is believed that Sri Lanka’s Sri Lanka manager Prantha Kumar was brutally beaten to death by employees and his body was dragged to the square. The mob then set the body on fire.
According to Punjab government spokesman Hassan Khawar, 50 people have been arrested so far after identifying the accused involved in the incident through CCTV and mobile footage. The inquiry into the incident will be completed within 48 hours and action will be taken if the negligence of the police is proved.
On the other hand, the District Police Officer (DPO) Sialkot said that the record of CCTV footage of the cameras installed in the factory has been seized and raids are being carried out to arrest more accused.
Source: Daily Pakistan