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Pakistani man's eye gouged out over theft charge
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Pakistani man's eye gouged out over theft charge

| @indiablooms | 03 Jul 2024, 07:13 pm

Five people allegedly gouged out the eyes of a man in a brutal torture episode at a village in Pakistan's Bahawalpur region, media reports said.

The incident happened within the jurisdiction of Baghdadul Jadid police station on Monday.

According to police and other sources, the suspects tortured Sufian on charges of stealing a donkey cart. During the torture, the suspects allegedly gouged out his eyes, reported Dawn News.

The police spokesman told Dawn that victim Sufian has completely lost vision in one eye, while the other eye was seriously damaged.

The victim sustained torture scars in different parts of the body.

Following orders from DPO Asad Sarfraz, a police team was dispatched to the scene to arrest the culprits, while the victim was admitted to the emergency ward of Bahawal Victoria Hospital (BVH), the newspaper reported.

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