Christian Man Claimed Some Muslims Cut Off His Hands For Not Embrasing Islam
Muhammad Rameez Published July 13, 2016 | 12:08 PM
Lahore, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 13th July, 2016) : A Christian man has accused some people who had cut off his both hands for not embracing islam. However, Police suspects the claim of the person and his stance is that he had lost his hands in a train accident.
Aqeel Maseeh, 25-year-old Christian, resident of LDA Quarters Model Town, submitted an application to the police station in Ghalib Market, in which the stance was adopted that on June 24, some Muslims cut off his hands through an axe for not embracing Islam.
Aqeel was shifted to Jinnah Hospital, where he remained unconscious for several days and filed a report on July 12 later.
Aqeel said that he was not aware of the invader’s Names but if they come in front of him, he can identify them.
Amara Athar, Town Superintendent Police (SP) told media that the man approached the police to register a case against unknown persons who cut off his hands. She said that according to the medical report, Aqeel lost both of his hands during the train crash near a beverage factory in the area Gulberg-II, some people who heard his screams took him to the taking Jinnah Hospital.
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