Pakistan Hindus Seema Haider : Pakistan Seema Haider Case Reports Of Many Hindus Held Hostages Rocket Launcher Attack On Sindh Temple


Islamabad : Around 30 Hindus, including women and children, have been taken hostage by organized criminal gangs in Pakistan’s Sindh province. The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has expressed concern while giving information about this. The Human Rights Commission tweeted, ‘HRCP is concerned about reports of deteriorating law and order situation in Kashmore and Ghotki districts of Sindh, where around 30 members of the Hindu community, including women and children, were allegedly held hostage by organized criminal gangs. Have made it.

The incident has come to the fore from Kashmore and Ghotki districts of Sindh where law and order has been continuously deteriorating in the recent past. In addition, the Human Rights Commission has received reports that these gangs have threatened to attack places of worship of the community using high-grade weapons. The Commission said that the Sindh Home Department should immediately investigate the matter and take steps to protect all vulnerable citizens in these areas.

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Hindu temple attacked with rocket launcher

Earlier, news came that a gang of dacoits in Pakistan’s southern Sindh province attacked a Hindu temple with a rocket launcher on Sunday. A police officer gave this information. The attackers attacked a small temple of the local Hindu community and nearby houses of members of the minority Hindu community in Sindh’s Kashmore area. The assailants fired indiscriminately at the temple on Sunday, following which a police team led by Kashmore-Kandhakot Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Irfan Sammo rushed to the spot.

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attackers fired indiscriminately

The police officer said the attackers fired rockets at the temple, which was closed during the attack. Sammo said, ‘The attack happened in the early hours of Sunday. When the police team reached the spot, they fired indiscriminately and fled. We are conducting a search operation in the area. The police official estimated that eight or nine gunmen were involved in the attack. Dr. Suresh, a member of the Bagdi community, said the ‘rocket’ fired by the dacoits did not explode, resulting in no loss of life or property. Appealing to the police to protect the community, he said that the residents are in panic due to the incident.

(with agency inputs)

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