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Sikh Brothers Murdered in Pakistan: Two Sikh brothers shot dead in Peshawar, Pakistan

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Sikh Brothers Murdered: Two Sikh brothers were shot in the Bada area of ​​Peshawar, Pakistan. Kuljit Singh and Ranjit Singh were shot by the assailants. Both the brothers used to run the grocery store. Both have died.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan has taken cognizance of the incident. He has directed the Inspector General of Police to take necessary action for the immediate arrest of the accused. CM Khan said that this incident is highly condemnable and sad and the elements involved in this heinous murder cannot escape the clutches of law. He resolved to provide justice to the families of the victims.

According to the CM, this incident is an attempt to disturb the peaceful atmosphere and inter-religious harmony in the city. The Chief Minister said that the provincial government would not allow such efforts to succeed.

This is the second such attack on the Sikh community in Peshawar in the last eight months. Earlier in September 2021, a Sikh ‘Hakim’ Sardar Satnam Singh was shot dead. Responsibility for the attack was claimed by the ISIS branch ISKP. 45-year-old Satnam Singh had been living in Peshawar, the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, for the last 20 years. He was running his clinic ‘Dharmandar Pharmacy’ on Charsadda Road in the city.

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