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Remains of Sialkot lynching victim repatriated to Sri Lanka from Lahore

The human remains of Sri Lankan factory manager Priyantha Kumara, who was lynched by a mob in Sialkot last week, were repatriated to Sri Lanka from Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport on Monday.A mob comprising hundreds of protestors, including the employees of the factory Kumara was the manager of, had tortured him to death on Friday and later burnt his body.A first information report was registered against 900 workers of Rajco Industries on the application of Uggoki Station House Officer (SHO) Armaghan Maqt under Sections 302, 297, 201, 427, 431, 157, 149 of the Pakistan Penal Code and 7 and 11WW of the Anti-Terrorism Act.The applicant stated that the protesters had slapped, kicked, punched and hit Kumara with sticks in his

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The human remains of Sri Lankan factory manager Priyantha Kumara, who was lynched by a mob in Sialkot last week, were repatriated to Sri Lanka from Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport on Monday.A mob comprising hundreds of protestors, including the employees of the factory Kumara was the manager of, had tortured him to death on Friday and later burnt his body.A first information report was registered against 900 workers of Rajco Industries on the application of Uggoki Station House Officer (SHO) Armaghan Maqt under Sections 302, 297, 201, 427, 431, 157, 149 of the Pakistan Penal Code and 7 and 11WW of the Anti-Terrorism Act.The applicant stated that the protesters had slapped, kicked, punched and hit Kumara with sticks in his
COLOMBO (News 1st); The remain of the late Priyantha Kumara who was lynched by a mob in Sialkot last week, were brought to Colombo on Monday (6).The human remains were repatriated to Sri Lanka from Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport on Monday.A mob comprising hundreds of protestors, including the employees of the factory Kumara was the manager of, had tortured him to death on Friday and later burnt his body.A first information report was registered against 900 workers of Rajco Industries on the application of Uggoki Station House Officer (SHO) Armaghan Maqt under Sections 302, 297, 201, 427, 431, 157, 149 of the Pakistan Penal Code and 7 and 11WW of the Anti-Terrorism Act.The applicant stated that the protesters had slapped,

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