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Who let you out: Chief justice orders Shahrukh Jatoi to be sent back to his death cell

Reporting | and - Posted: Oct 27, 2018 | Last Updated: 2 years ago
Posted: Oct 27, 2018 | Last Updated: 2 years ago
Jatoi was in a C-Class facility with a TV and fridge

Chief Justice Saqib Nisar visited the Landhi Jail in Karachi on Saturday afternoon and, unfortunately for prisoner Shahrukh Jatoi, found him languishing in the C-Class facilities.

The top judge ordered Jatoi to be sent back to his death cell. How was he given these facilities, he asked. The jail cell had a television, fridge and microwave.

He has summoned the jails IG to find out who let him have these facilities and took the matter up with the jail's superintendent.

Jatoi is on death row for the murder of Shahzaib Khan. His appeal against his death sentence is currently being heard in the Sindh High Court. Prisoners confined to death cells are not allowed to be taken out of those cells without the court's permission. To do so is a crime.

Later, acting IG for Prisons issued orders to shift Shahrukh Jatoi to Karachi central jail. The Malir jail doesn’t have a death cell.
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  1. Naila Gul  December 20, 2018 10:54 am/ Reply

    i love u Shahrukh atoi(naila Gul, Quetta)

    • Arshad  December 25, 2018 6:01 am/ Reply


      This person (Shah Rukh Jatoi) should be hanged immediately as he is a murderer of an innocent citizen (Shahzeb) of pakistan.

  2. Salahuddin  January 16, 2019 4:40 am/ Reply

    He should be hanged otherwise the whole judicial system becomes questionable. If he is released then it will be a statement that the rich can do whatever they want and the lower and middle class are meant to be slaughtered by them.

  3. Mohsin  July 8, 2019 7:24 pm/ Reply

    He should be releasesd because the victim’s parents have forgiven him so who the hell are the media to talk about him and shouting that he should be hanged

    Jeay Sindh

  4. Anonymous  July 13, 2019 7:48 am/ Reply

    There are no two things. The convict has murdered his victim on a petty feud out of arrogance and zero fear of the law. He should be hanged for his nefarious deeds and his father counselled for defending his son using all means, as we are well aware.
    It is common in Pakistan to use mafia style methods to get the victim’s family to forgive a cold blooded murderer. If the law is below these criminals, then Pakistan is not a just society and worthy of condemnation

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