Another case of violence on minorities has come up in Pakistan. A Sikh youth who came here to shop in Peshawar was shot dead by unknown people.
Another case of violence on minorities has come up in Pakistan. A Sikh youth who came here to shop in Peshawar was shot dead by unknown people. Earlier on Friday, Nankana Sahib Gurdwara was attacked by miscreants. India has strongly objected to these incidents targeted at the Sikh community. The Foreign Ministry has asked Pakistan to stop such incidents and punish the culprits immediately.
According to Pakistan Police, Ravinder Singh, a resident of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, came to Peshawar on Saturday to shop for his wedding. Later, a body riddled with bullets was found in the glowing police station area. Ravinder's brother Harmeet Singh said that on Saturday evening, someone called Ravinder's mobile and informed him about his murder. So far no one has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Speaking to media, his brother Harmeet said, “My brother used to do business in Malaysia and had returned to Pakistan a month ago. He was going to get married in February and went to Peshawar for shopping.”
Earlier on Friday, Nankana Sahib Gurdwara was targeted by a mob of miscreants. Due to this disturbance, many devotees were stuck in the gurudwara for a long time. The slogans were raising slogans to make the gurdwara 'Ghulam-e-Mustafa'.
Hundreds of protesters thronged the streets near the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi demanding that Islamabad provide adequate security to Sikh shrines and community members there.