Pakistani Jails reflect the Hitlers Concentration Camps during World war Two ,where hundreds & thousands were tortured to death and confinity.
Sarabjits enduring fight to see the light only resulted in his unfortunate death by the instinctively murderous Pakistani regime.
How many more Sarabjits ?Will there be light in the those tunnels.
Pakistan has oppressed the rights of an approximately 1184Indians in their dark den jails.
As per the Defence Minister A.K. Antony , 54 Indian military personnel missing since the 1965 and 1971 wars are believed to be in Pakistani custody.
Mostly uneducated fisher men fall prey to the Pakistani authorities ,unknowingly as they cannot judge the demarcation of the international boundaries in high sea lanes.
As on January 7, 2012, Pakistan released 183 Indian prisoners and 179 Indian fishermen.
The numbers are deceptive from them as many more could be shifted to Pakistan friendly countries like Oman.The Indian government is still pursuing this long stretch.
Mostly the pretext of spying is reasoned for Indians drifting unknowingly and jailed for the rest of life.
What is fed specially for the Indians jailed? As the hospitality of the Pakistan lies more inclined in its hostility towards India ,the misery is reflected upon the jailed Indians.Some are fed with glass pieces in the chapathis,as one Shri.Surjeet Singh who was released reported to the Indian media.
Momentary reactions that recede like a tide.This is how we react to Pakistani breach of international laws and the ensuing policy of barbaric actions.
A joint inspection was done , but will a thief allow a genuine policing and an enquiry on him and that too in his own premises to go fair ?.There will be no paucity of time for him, by the time joint inspection is carried,a one- sided dramatization evolves,and Pakistan prevails as usual feigning ignorance and shifts the jailed.
Pakistan’s president had pardoned sarabjit on the basis of his petition filed on 28 May 2012. However within hours the pardon was revoked with the government shamelessly clarifiying that another prisoner, Surjeet Singh, had been pardoned and not Sarabji