Kirpal Singh’s body brought to his native village for last rites

The mortal remains of Kirpal Singh, the Indian prisoner who died in a Pakistani’s Kot Lakhpat Jail on April 11 under mysterious circumstances, was brought to his hometown in Mustafabad on Wednesday 20th April 2016 for last rites.


The family members of Kirpal Singh mourned as his body was brought to his hometown in a black coffin.

The body of the Kirpal Singh was handed over to the Indian Army at the Wagha-Atari border yesterday.

However, the mystery over his death continues as the post-mortem was conducted at Amritsar Medical College could not found the reason of his death.

However, the stomach and heart of the body were missing as they had been taken during the first autopsy conducted at the Jinnah hospital, Lahore, Pakistan.

Indian Doctors have preserved the viscera and sent it for lab tests to rule out poisoning.

The family member of Kirpal Singh has alleged for murder and has demanded the port-mortem report be presented to them.

India also vowed to raise the Kirpal’s death at the top level in Pakistan.

Kirpal Singh was sentenced to life imprisonment by the Pakistani authorities for allegedly spying and conducting terrorist activities in Pakistan in 1991.

Pakistan also alleged that Kirpal Singh was involved in a bombing activity at Faisalabad Railway Station in 1991.

The death of Kirpal Singh has been compared with the unfortunate and tragic death of Sarabjit Singh, who was sentenced to death in 1991 by the Pakistani Authorities.