WAGHA (Online) - The Indian Border Security Force (BSF) on Friday handed over the dead body of Muhammad Jamil, a Pakistani national who died while in Indian custody because of severe torture, which was received by the Rangers officials at Wagha border. The BSF arrested Muhammad Jamil, resident of District Zhob Balochistan, some 16 years ago after he had sneaked into India from Muzaffarbad, Azad Jammu and Kashmir. He was a student of 9th class at that time. Jamil was sentenced 6-year imprisonment; but despite completing his sentence he had to spend 10 more years in Indian prison. The family members of Jamil had filed a petition in the Indian Supreme Court, which was to announce its verdict on August 24. But before the decision, the Indian authorities shifted Jamil to some unknown location while his body was handed over to the jail superintendent concerned on August 16 after killing him after torturing him severely. Jamils brother Nawaz and other family members were also present at the border to receive his body. Nawaz said Indian forces had tortured his brother brutally as his face was fully blackened. Jamil is planned to be laid to rest at his native place in Zhob today (Saturday). For this purpose, his body would be shifted through a special plane. It is noticeable that the political parties and the Foreign Office are completely silent over the tragic incident.