Pakistan: Amir Sarfaraz, Accused Of Killing Sarabjit Singh Has Died By Unknown Men In Lahore

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Amir Sarfaraz, commonly known as Tamba, was murdered in Pakistan by motorcycle-borne killers, Tamba is alleged to killed Sarabjit Singh in a Pakistani jail.

Pakistan: Amir Sarfaraz, Accused Of Killing Sarabjit Singh Has Died By Unknown Men In Lahore
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Amir Sarfaraz, better known as Tamba, a Pakistani mafia don, got killed in his Lahore house by motorcycle-borne killers. The killers assassinated Sarfaraz, a close associate of the Lashkar-e-Taiba founder, at his home. A Pakistani court freed him in 2018 stating a “lack of evidence” against him.

Sarfaraz was a member of the “Truckanwala gang” and was involved in property and drug trafficking. Sarfaraz was born in Lahore in 1979 and had a strong relationship with the Lashkar-e-Taiba founder. A charge was filed against him and others for hurting Singh in jail, but Sarfaraz got out in 2018.

Amir Sarfaraz aka Tamba Murder

Two masked armed men entered Tamba’s Islampura home in Lahore’s Islampura area and fired multiple bullets at him. The victim was left in a pool of blood, and Tamba’s younger brother, Junaid Sarfraz, said the attacker and his partner, who was wearing a helmet, fled the scene.

Tamba was taken to a local hospital with three bullet wounds, two of which were in his chest. Tamba’s younger brother took him to the hospital in a private ambulance and then notified the police. However, there was no formal confirmation of this assertion.

Sarabjit Singh’s Daughter Response

In response to the news of Amir Sarfaraz’s death, Sarabjit Singh’s daughter Swapandeep stated that she was first pleased with the outcome, but rapidly realized “this was not justice.”

In response to the killing of her father’s murderer, she said, “One of those who killed my father in jail has been murdered… It’s the product of his actions. She went on to say that the Pakistani government was responsible for her father’s death and that having Tamba killed would cover up their conspiracy.

“I too believe this is a conspiracy by the Pakistani government. It’s possible that the individual who was killed knew some secrets they wished to keep hidden… “What else can you expect from a country that doesn’t believe in human rights?” she said.

Assumed “foreign hand”

The Pakistani government raised an alert over India’s potential involvement in a recent attack on Islampura, Pakistan. The attack occurred after the Guardian reported that the Indian government executed people in Pakistan as part of a larger campaign to remove “terrorists” on foreign land.

Punjab Inspector General Dr. Usman Anwar stated that any comment regarding foreign participation would be “premature or too early” at this time. A high-profile inquiry has been started to investigate the reason for the attack, which includes the possibility of foreign government participation. Police have been directed to increase checks and deploy heavy personnel at entry and departure points to find and capture the murderers.

Randeep Hooda: Thanks to “unknown men” 

Actor Randeep Hooda acknowledged “unknown men” on Sunday after Amir Sarfaraz, the underworld don responsible for Sarabjit Singh’s murder in 2013, died in Pakistan’s Lahore. Sarfaraz was allegedly murdered by unknown bike-riding males in Lahore.

Hooda reposted a tweet on X with the subject line “Karma”. Thank you, Unknown Men. Today, in memory of my sister Dalbir Kaur and with love for Swapandeep and Poonam, Martyr Sarabjit Singh received some justice.


Sarabjit Singh, a Punjab resident, was sentenced to death in 1990 for spying allegations and killing at least 14 Pakistani people in bomb attacks in the Punjab region of Pakistan, a claim that his family and Indian officials strongly deny. Sarabjit Singh’s family claims he accidentally crossed the Pakistani border while farming.

After spending more than 20 years behind bars in Pakistan, Sarabjit Singh passed away in May 2013. After 23 years of imprisonment in Kot Lakhpat Jail in Lahore, he was attacked by several of the prisoners there, reportedly including Amir Sarfaraz.

The attack occurred just days after the execution of 2001 Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru in India.

The 49-year-old was brought to Lahore’s Jinnah Hospital with severe brain injuries after being beaten in the head with bricks by a group of detainees. Days later, he died from his injuries, and his body was brought to India.

Throughout his prison sentence, Sarabjit Singh’s elder sister Dalbir Kaur petitioned constantly for her brother’s release.

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