Pakistani prisoners lodged in Tihar jail don’t want to return to pakistan

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  1. ajtr

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    Tihar Pak prisoners don’t want to return


    NEW DELHI: A team of visiting Pakistani judges, part of the eight-member Indo-Pak judicial committee on seeking release of each other’s civilian prisoners, faced a peculiar situation at Tihar Jail on Tuesday.

    As the team was preparing possible release cases, 36 of the 69 Pakistani prisoners refused to be deported back to their country.

    The prisoners belonging to the Gohar Shahi sect were refused asylum by India last year, after which they burnt their Pakistani passports and were jailed. The prisoners say conditions in Pakistan are not conducive to their stay, sources close to the judges committee revealed.

    The four-member Pakistan delegation found no signs of Pakistani prisoners being tortured in Indian jails. “We found no signs of prisoners’ torture during our visits to Tihar and Amritsar jails,” justice Nazir Ahmed Zahid said.

    The team had visited Amritsar Jail on Monday where 54 Pakistani citizens are lodged. It conducted on-the-spot verification of the antecedents of 12 prisoners for processing their cases for immediate release, a spokesman for the delegation said.

    The committee recommended the immediate release of a woman prisoner and her one-and-a-half-year-old daughter. The woman was pregnant when arrested by the Indian authorities on crossing the Indo-Pak border. She delivered the baby in jail.

    To its horror, the judges committee discovered that 16 of the prisoners in the jail had lost their mental balance.
     
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    Tshering22 Sikkimese Saber Senior Member

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    Woman or man or kid it doesn't matter. All those that Indian government has appeased and accepted should be repatriated back to their "Islamic heaven" so that they don't come and pollute this kafir land. Who the hell are they to refuse to go back to their countries? And for votes, this government might even give them Indian citizenship. They should be sent immediately away and so do the 30 million illegal Bangladeshis who are only spreading jihadi lunacy in India. Assam and W Bengal are already on the verge of demographic collapse thanks to Communist mentality and radicalization.

    People must become aggressive with the governments or else this dirty game will continue for the sake of power.
     
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    nitesh Mob Control Manager Stars and Ambassadors

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    well if animals gets used to live with humans, they don't want to go to live with animals again.

    PS: sorry to animals for comparing them with pakistanis.
     
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    same like kashmiris dont want to live with india .....right???
     
  7. sayareakd

    sayareakd Moderator Moderator

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    yeah they can go where ever they want and who so ever accepts them, we will pay them market price of the real estate they own in USD $$. We dont want them. Let see if Pakistan accepts these people without kashmir.
     
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    ch ch ch ch............. some animals wants to get rid of human company too.

    PS: again sorry to animals for comparing animals with these mofos
     
  9. RAM

    RAM The southern Man Senior Member

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    I have a different view..In fact I feel very sorry for these guys( civilian prisoners)the situation they are facing and its easy to use legal jurisprudence to take over at the cost of humane welfare at times.These ordinary people are actually in a way victims of the Radical Religious hegemony and subjects of the Culture of Military Bureaucracy of their homeland.And the very thought of returning to their homeland destablises their mental harmony.Literally speaking Times have changed and they have realised the very monster they sent out is challenging their own lives.

    If you Enquire any ordinary pakistani Immigrant living in Europe whether he reconsider to Go back to settle in pakistan again -his answer would be that he will consider to bring more of his relatives to Europe So that they can live in a safer enviornment leta lone his 2nd life in pakistan discounting Economic reasons.
     
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    Tshering22 Sikkimese Saber Senior Member

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    Buddy, you flags change faster than the rate at which I flutter my eyes. I've seen you from being a Pakistani, Indian, Afghan and heavens know what else. What are you? Confused identity?

    Why using so many flags? Ashamed of your true identity?
     

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