Ailing Pakistani prisoner dies in hospital; 66-year-old was arrested in Kutch after illegally crossing border for fishing
An ailing Pakistani prisoner, Mohammad Anin Chaudhary from Karachi, died at Ahmedabad Civil Hospital during treatment, said police
Mohammad Anin Chaudhary, a resident of Karachi, was lodged at Palara jail near Bhuj town of Kutch district since 2017
He was arrested on charges of illegally crossing the India-Pakistan border in near the creek area in Kutch for fishing
The 66-year-old was a 'stroke patient' and he died during treatment at Ahmedabad Civil Hospital
Bhuj: An ailing Pakistani prisoner died at Ahmedabad Civil Hospital Thursday during treatment, said police.
The prisoner, Mohammad Anin Chaudhary, a resident of Karachi, was lodged at Palara jail near Bhuj town of Kutch district since 2017.
The 66-year-old was arrested by the Jakhau police of Kutch district on charges of illegally crossing the India-Pakistan border in the creek area for fishing, said officials.
According to civil superintendent MM Prabhakar, the patient referred to the hospital was a "stroke patient" and he died during treatment.
"In March last year, he was sentenced to three years in jail by a local court. He was lodged at Palara jail near Bhuj. When his condition deteriorated on 20 February, he was first referred to a hospital in Bhuj and later shifted to Ahmedabad Civil Hospital," said a senior official.
The official added Chaudhary could not recover and eventually died Thursday in the hospital.
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