Dr Abbas, brutally killed in Syria, buried in Ilford, family terribly shocked

LONDON: Dr Abbas Khan, who was killed in custody in Syria, was buried with tears in eyes of his dear ones, after his funeral prayers offered at Regent Park Masjid. He was buried in Garden of Peace grave-yard of Ilford. Dr Abbas left behind a widow, a seven year old daughter Ruqqaya and a six year old son Abdullah.
The body of Dr Abbas was brought to Britain and after post-mortem body was handed over to family for final funeral.
Shahnawaz Khan, brother of Dr Abbas Khan while taking care of emotionlly disturbed mother during the funeral prayers. lambasted over British government for its failure to deal with the detention of a doctor saying British Government dealt the detention of Dr Abbas, who was there to serve the people affectd by civil war, like a Britain was arrest for using alcohol in Dubai. “Dr Abbas was in Syria to serve the scared humanity but it is sad that wild apes could not feel this spirit and killed him”, he added.
“My brother was a star, was a very polite heart person and his vaccum cannot be filled by any one”, he said.
Fatima Khan, emotionally depressed mother of Dr Abbas, was crying loudly on sad demise of his young son. Though son Shahnawaz was consoling her but even then she was emotionally disturbed. Besides her son all other relatives present on funeral consol Fatima Khan.
She said no one helped her to get her son back. “I love my son and I have lost my son and I have failed to help him while in custody”, he added.
“I have begged before everyone to save the life of my beloved son”, said Fatima Khan who spend more than four months in Syria to get er son back alive.
She said Syrian Government assured to release Dr Abbas on December 20. “I was told four days prior to his release that he has commited suicide in prison, which is not true”, she added. The family of Dr Abbas has rejected the Syrian Government claim that he has commited suicide in prison.
Lawyer of the family thanked the people came to console and condole the demise of Dr Abbas.
British Home Office spokesman told a team of experts will be send to Syria to know the actual cause of killing of Dr Abbas. But the first priority os to cope with shock and grief of the bereaved family