Sarabjit's Singh Family Cross Over To Pakistan Through Attari-Wagah Border : Nyhetsfoto

Sarabjit's Singh Family Cross Over To Pakistan Through Attari-Wagah Border

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AMRITSAR, INDIA - APRIL 28: Indian prisoner in Pakistan Sarabjit Singh’s sister Dalbir Kaur along with wife Sukhpreet and daughters Swapandeep Kaur and Poonam carries the container of holy water of Sarover of Harmandar Sahib (Golden Temple) for Sarabjit as crossing over to Pakistan at India-Pakistan Attari border on April 28, 2013 near Amritsar, India. Pakistani doctors treating a comatose Sarabjit Singh here today said there has been no improvement in his condition and chances of survival are slim even as his distraught family visited him and demanded that he be sent to India for better treatment. Sarabjit was admitted to the state-run Jinnah Hospital with a severe head injury after being attacked by prisoners. Sarabjit was convicted for alleged involvement in a string of bomb attacks in Punjab province that killed 14 people in 1990. (Photo by Munish Byala/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
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AMRITSAR, INDIA - APRIL 28: Indian prisoner in Pakistan Sarabjit Singh’s sister Dalbir Kaur along with wife Sukhpreet and daughters Swapandeep Kaur and Poonam carries the container of holy water of Sarover of Harmandar Sahib (Golden Temple) for Sarabjit as crossing over to Pakistan at India-Pakistan Attari border on April 28, 2013 near Amritsar, India. Pakistani doctors treating a comatose Sarabjit Singh here today said there has been no improvement in his condition and chances of survival are slim even as his distraught family visited him and demanded that he be sent to India for better treatment. Sarabjit was admitted to the state-run Jinnah Hospital with a severe head injury after being attacked by prisoners. Sarabjit was convicted for alleged involvement in a string of bomb attacks in Punjab province that killed 14 people in 1990. (Photo by Munish Byala/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
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