Pakistan returns Sarabjit Singh\'s personal belongings
Items returned included three Hindi holy books, a rosary, five sets of clothes, a mattress to sleep, a pitcher, a blanket and shoes.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Akbaruddin said on Twitter, \"India\'s mission in Islamabad received 36 items belonging to the late Sarabjit Singh.
Will arrange for the family.
Sarabjit has been shut down in Pakistan for more than 20 years.
He was charged with terrorism.
After May\'s death, his sister, Dalbir cowl, asked the Pakistani government to return his belongings, clothes and personal diaries, which she wanted to use as his memory.
On April, he died after being attacked by prisoners with bricks at Lahore Central Prison.
His family insisted that he accidentally strayed into the border in a drunken state.