Sialkot incident: Case registered against 900 factory employees

LAHORE: Priyantha Kumara, a Sri Lankan factory manager killed in Sialkot, has left behind a wife and two children.

A Sri Lankan manager of a private factory in Sialkot was beaten to death by factory workers. Angry people dragged his body on the road and set it on fire. They claimed that the victim had allegedly hurt their religious sentiments. The mob also vandalized the factory, according to reports.

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Referring to the manager, the factory owner said that his family had been living with him in Sialkot till a year ago when his wife and children left Pakistan for Sri Lanka. No complaint had been received against Priyantha Kumara. 

The factory owner said that by the time the matter was reported, Priyantha Kumara had fallen into the hands of the mob. The police were informed at around 11 in the morning when the police arrived, the crowd had thinned.

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The factory owner added that Kumara was killed before more police arrived. Priyantha Kumara joined GM Productions in 2013. He was a hardworking and honest production manager.

A case has been registered against 900 factory employees in the police complaint. The case includes charges of terrorism, murder, and other serious provisions.

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According to police sources, arrests of the accused were carried out overnight under the supervision of IG Punjab. So far 120 people have been arrested, police and intelligence agencies are involved in the operation.

The DPO says the foreign factory manager’s death is being investigated. Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar, while ordering an inquiry into the incident, sought a report from the Inspector General of Police. The Chief Minister said that no one can be allowed to take the law into his own hands.

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PHOTO: Pictured above is Priyantha Kumara. According to police sources, arrests of the accused were carried out overnight under the supervision of IG Punjab. So far 120 people have been arrested, police and intelligence agencies are involved in the operation.

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