Vital organs of Indian prisoner Kirpal Singh missing
New Delhi, Apr 20: Many vital organs like heart, liver have been found missing from body of Kirpal Singh. This has been revealed after doctors performed a post-mortem after his body reached from Pakistan, media reported.
It may be an outcome of the first post-mortem conducted by doctors in Pakistan, Indian doctors attributed.
The Indian prisoner Kirpal Singh serving his sentencing in Kot Lakhpat Jail in Lahore was found dead under mysterious circumstances on April 11.
His body was brought back to India on Tuesday. A post-mortem was also performed in Pakistan before sending his body to India.
Kirpal Singh, 54, was arrested in 1992 on charges of spying for India. He died in mysterious circumstances in Lahore's Kot Lakhpat Jail.
Pakistani officials claimed he suffered cardiac arrest. His family has challenged this. The post-mortem conducted later by a three-member medical team headed by Ashok Channa in Amritsar ruled out any foul play in his death.
Earlier, vital organs of another Indian prisoner, Sarabjit Singh, who died in a Pakistan jail in 2013, were missing when his body was handed over to his family.