Man who faced police grilling for three days dies.

KARACHI -- A rickshaw driver, who was detained in connection with a robbery at a mobile phone shop in DHA and later on released after investigation, died under controversial circumstances on Sunday, said relatives and police.

The relatives told journalists that when Abdul Rasheed, 35, was released from police custody he was not unable to walk as he had allegedly been subjected to torture.

He was picked up in connection with an armed robbery in which the criminals used his rickshaw without letting him know their real objective.

South-SSP Syed Asad Raza said with help of CCTV footage, investigators traced and picked up the rickshaw driver, a resident of Qayyumabad, around five days ago. However, after three days of grilling he was found innocent and released on Friday night. However, he died...

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