Bhikhiwind (Punjab). Aug. 22 (ANI): The family of Sarabjit Singh, the Indian citizen on death row for last 19 years in Pakistan for his alleged involvement in bomb blasts incidents, had an unusual visitor on Saturday who suggested he could be released if certain corrective measures were undertaken in his native house's basic design.
Andhra Pradesh-based renowned Vastu consultant, Sri Gouru Tirupai Reddy visited Sarabjit Singh's house at Bhikhiwind and suggested the family to undertake some measures under Vastu Shastra, a traditional Hindu system of design based on directional alignments.
According to Sri Gouru Tirupai Reddy, if certain corrective measures were undertaken as per Vastu Shastra to improve the faults in design or construction of the house, it would have its influence on the victim's release from Pakistani jail.
Reddy while talking to media said he inspected the house of Sarabjit and found major Vastu faults. "If these faults are removed, Sarabjit will surely return home safely, this is our opinion," said Reddy.
Reddy claimed that he had already set the nationwide movement for raising funds for correcting the house faults so that Sarabjit could return home.
"The plot where Sarabjit's house has been constructed is not rectangular and its north-east corner was cut off. Besides it had a toilet west of the south-west, which was at extending position and not accurate, as it should have been at 90 degree. South West of the house was down and open. The main gate of the house was in south of south-west and was wrongly placed, said Reddy.
"These are some of the major Vastu faults and need to be immediately corrected," Reddy suggested.
The designer accompanying Reddy would design a new house map and would also suggest the estimated cost.
Dalbir Kaur, sister of Sarabjit Singh, said that after having seen news on Sarabjit on TV channel, Reddy approached her to undertake Vastu Shastra's corrective measures.
"We are knocking at every door for the release of Sarabjit and will undertake the corrective measures suggested by Reddy. We hope it may help Sarabjit's return," said Kaur.
However she said that since they don't have enough fund to reconstruct the house as per Reddy's recommendation so she urges the Punjab Government to provide financial help.
Sarabjit Singh is an Indian citizen and convicted for his alleged involvement in 1990 serial bomb blasts in Lahore and Multan that killed 14 people.
Though his family in Indian Punjab contends that it's a case of sheer mistaken identity, as he is just a poor farmer, who strayed into Pakistan from his village located on the border in an inebriated state.
He has been awarded death sentence by the Anti-Terrorist Court in 1991, but his hanging has repeatedly postponed. He is imprisoned in the Kot Lakhpat jail, Lahore. By Ravinder Singh Robin (ANI)