Sri Lankan citizen Priyantha Kumara, who was brutally killed in the Sialkot incident, was laid to rest with state honours in Colombo.
Exhausted with grief, the victim’s mother and family termed Priyantha’s death as a great tragedy.
Crying scenes of Priyantha’s mother hugging her body and crying pictures gone viral.
The 34 accused involved in the Priyantha Kumara murder case have been investigated at the Lahore Forensic Science Laboratory. The accused are undergoing forensic tests, and a photographic test will also be conducted.
The faces of the people in the video will be scrutinized.
In addition, a delegation of the Supreme Court Bar led by Senator Ali Zafar called on the Sri Lankan High Commissioner.
Senator Ali Zafar said that the Supreme Court would appoint a lawyer to oversee the Priyantha case.
Background of the Priyantha Kumara’s incident:
On December 3, Priyantha Kumara, a non-Muslim Sri Lankan manager at a Sialkot sports garment factory, attacked by factory workers for allegedly removing religious posters. Priyantha Kumara ran upstairs to save her life but he was chased by factory workers and surrounded him at the roof.
The factory guards failed to stop the bloody game of inhumanity; the factory workers threw the manager from top to bottom and then dragged the body out of the factory to the square, beat him with sticks, kicked him and then set his dead body on fire.
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