Islamic State claims duty for gunning down Sikh in Pakistan



The Islamic State group has claimed duty for killing a member of Pakistan‘s minority Sikh group earlier within the week within the northwestern metropolis of Peshawar.

An IS assertion issued late Friday described Satnam Singh, 45, as “polytheist” and mentioned he was shot useless by IS members.

Pakistani officers have denied any organized IS presence within the nation however the extremist group has claimed quite a few assaults on safety forces, mosques, political rallies and spiritual minorities in recent times.

Police mentioned Singh was gunned down Thursday in Peshawar, the provincial capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan. The gunmen fled the scene.

Singh, an herbalist, had lived within the metropolis for the previous 20 years and ran a small clinic promoting natural medication.

The assailants opened hearth at Singh contained in the clinic, based on Sardar Harpal Singh, a local people chief. He denounced the incident and demanded the arrest of these concerned within the killing. The 2 should not associated.

Nearly all of Sikhs migrated from what’s now Pakistan to neighboring India in 1947, the 12 months British rule of the subcontinent ended and Pakistan was created as a homeland for Muslims within the area. 1000’s of them stayed in Pakistan, the place they often stay peacefully. However remoted assaults on non secular minorities together with Sikhs have continued.




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