Two Sikhs merchants shot lifeless in Pakistan’s Peshawar, SGPC condemns incident

Two Sikhs merchants shot lifeless in Pakistan’s Peshawar, SGPC condemns incident

Tribune Information Service

GS Paul

Amritsar, Might 15

In one more case of goal killing of minorities, two Sikh merchants have been shot lifeless by unidentified armed males in Pakistan.

The deceased have been recognized as Ranjit Singh and Kuljit Singh, who have been into grocery enterprise at Bada Bazaar within the Sarband space in Peshawar district, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan.

In line with data, they have been sitting of their outlets when the miscreants got here and opened fireplace on them.

Expressing grief over the incident, SGPC president Harjinder Singh Dhami mentioned that the governments of Pakistan and India have failed to make sure the security of life and property of minority Sikhs in Pakistan. Such incidents occurred repeatedly however no justice was ever delivered.

 “We strongly condemn the cowardly murders of two Sikhs, but once more. The Pakistan authorities ought to fulfil its accountability diligently as such murders of minorities is a matter of grave concern for whole world, particularly the Sikhs. We demand that the culprits needs to be nabbed instantly and justice needs to be delivered to the aggrieved households on the earliest,” mentioned Dhami.

Former DSGMC president and BJP chief Manjinder Singh Sirsa has urged Union Minister of Exterior Affairs Dr S Jaishankar to intervene. Expressing concern he tweeted:

‘Tragic & unlucky! 2 Sikhs, Ranjit Singh & Kuldeep Singh shot lifeless by armed males in Peshawar in the present day. Such dastardly assault has unfold panic amongst minority Sikhs in Pak. I urge @DrSJaishankar Ji to take up situation of security of Sikhs in Pak together with his counterparts’.

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