LONDON - UK govt may pressurise Pakistan to stop local court orders of the execution of two UK nationals of Pak origin involved in murder case in Pakistan Occupied Kashmirs City of Dadyal. Naheem Hussain and his friend Rehan Zaman, both 24, were arrested nearly five years ago after been charged in a murder case over a land dispute in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. They are being held in the Mirpur central jail. Their ordeal began after Fazal Hussain, Naheems father, who lives in Birmingham, visited his birthplace in Pakistan after he retired. He said he learned that his daughters father-in-law had claimed his land. Before a meeting was held to discuss it two members of his extended family were shot. Hussain and Zaman were arrested at Dadyal police station in June 2004. Fazal was charged with conspiracy to murder. He was freed on bail in 2005 and returned to Britain. Lawyers for these two UK nationals who face death penalty in Pakistan on Thursday said that they allegedly are being tortured to give confessions for murder they insist they did not commit, have asked the Foreign Office to intervene urgently in the case. Clive Stafford Smith, Director of the legal charity Reprieve, has asked David Miliband, the Foreign Secretary, to contact the govt of Pakistan 'requesting that they fulfil their obligations under the convention against torture. In a letter to Miliband, Stafford Smith describes how the two men were beaten up for several days. 'Rehan was hung upside down from a hook and then kicked and punched repeatedly. Over the next two weeks Rehan was subjected to hour upon hour of the most savage torture, including having cigarettes put out on his wrists, he said. He said Hussain suffered equally brutal forms of torture, and after losing consciousness had to be taken to hospital. British Foreign Office spokeswoman Natasha Khan told TheNation that the UK is very concerned about the alleged torture of the Pakistani police on the UK nationals. She said that that consular staff of the UK High Commission in Islamabad had visited both detained men, most recently on March 24 this year. Natasha Khan said: 'We are in discussions with Reprieve about how best to address the allegations.