LAHORE - While the breeze of swapping prisoners is blowing between Pakistan and India and detainees in the two countries are being repatriated, why a hapless Pakistani is not being released from notorious Tihar Jail No 3 in New Delhi even after a long span of 13 years, asks mother of an ill-fated Rizwanul Haq Khokhar alias Bobi Rizwan. In an application addressed to Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, the mother of the Pakistani prisoner has appealed that process of his son's release be expedited, who has become victim of various diseases and is under treatment at Harinagar Dain Dyal Hospital, New Delhi. Rizwan's national status has been confirmed by the concerned authorities in Islamabad and an emergency passport No. SS-382629 has also been issued by the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi, she has rightly mentioned in her application. It will not be out of place to mention here that an Indian national Ram Prakash who was given 10-year prison term in Pakistan on the charges of spying was expatriated in garlands despite protest demonstrations against his release. Whereas a Pakistani youth Khalid Mehmood, who had been arrested by Indian security forces on charges of crossing border, mistakenly though was handed over to Pakistan in clumsy coffin, carried in a dilapidated vehicle. His body was scarred with torture marks.