Murderers, kidnappers sell art from Pakistani prison

Karachi’s colonial-era prison is adorned with murals of rural Pakistani life, painted by convicted murderers and kidnappers locked away from the world but learning their craft inside its walls.

A rehabilitation art and music programme has seen some inmates sell their work for several thousand dollars at exhibitions supported by the local arts council, according to prison chiefs.

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