Who is Amir Sarfaraz as Sarabjit Singh’s killer is shot dead and killed in Lahore, Pakistan by unknown men

Who is Amir Sarfaraz as Sarabjit Singh’s killer is shot dead and killed in Lahore, Pakistan by unknown men

Amir Sarfaraz was fatally shot and killed on Sunday by unidentified gunmen in Lahore, Pakistan

He was rushed to the hospital in critical condition but sadly succumbed to his injuries.

Amir Sarfaraz was a close associate of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terror outfit founder Hafiz Saeed. Amir Sarfaraz was attacked by assailants in the Islampura area of Lahore in Pakistan.

Who is Amir Sarfaraz as Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh’s killer is shot dead and killed in Lahore, Pakistan by unknown men

Amir Sarfaraz who killed Indian national Sarabjit Singh has been killed in Lahore, Pakistan, according to a report. Singh, who was imprisoned in Kot Lakhpat Jail passed away in 2013 following a brutal attack involving bricks, sharp metal sheets, iron rods, and blades.

During his twenty years in Pakistan’s prison, his sister Dalbir Kaur waged a relentless battle against the system to secure her brother’s release. Kaur insisted that her brother was wrongly identified and launched a legal campaign to repatriate him to India. Her determined efforts soon garnered widespread attention from both national and international media outlets.

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Sarabjit Singh was a farmer from Bhikhiwind town in Punjab, living near the India-Pakistan border. He accidentally crossed the border while intoxicated. Sarabjit was arrested in Pakistan for spying and was given the death penalty by a Pakistani court in 1991.

Amir Sarfaraz whose father is named Sarfaraz Javed was born in Lahore in 1979 and died aged 45. Amir Sarfaraz, recognized as a prominent figure in Lahore was allegedly responsible for orchestrating  assault under the instructions of Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI.

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In December 2018, a Pakistani court acquitted two main suspects – Amir Sarfraz, also known as Tamba, and Mudassar in the murder case of Sarabjit Singh due to a “lack of evidence” against them.

The Lahore Sessions Court delivered its verdict after all witnesses withdrew their testimonies. Not a single witness provided evidence against the suspects in court. Therefore, the court acquitted them due to insufficient evidence.

On April 14, Randeep Hooda responded to the news of Amir Sarfaraz Tamba’s death, the man who killed Martyr Sarabjit Singh on his X (formerly Twitter) feed.

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Hooda wrote, “KARMA. Thank you ‘Unknown Men’ Remembering my Sister Dalbir Kaur and sending love to Swapandeep and Poonam

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