CM KP gives 3-day deadline to police for nabbing culprits
PESHAWAR, (DNA): All Pakistan Hindu Rights Movement Chairman Haroon Sarb Diyal while showing solidarity with the Sikh community, Sunday condemned the murder of the Sikh trader. Both the Sikh and Hindu right activists demanded the government to provide protection to minorities. According to police an investigation of the murder incident is underway. The police claimed that the murder of the Sikh trader was an act of terrorism and therefore a case has been registered under the terrorism law.
The Sikh protestors blocked the main University Road of Peshawar demanding justice and immediate arrest of the perpetrators involved in the killing of Harjeet Singh, 30, resident of Dabgari. According to police, he was shot and killed by two unknown assailants at his shop Saturday. Harjeet Singh received four bullets.
Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has condemned the murder of the Sikh trader Harjeet Singh terming it as an act of terrorism. He has given a three days deadline to the police to catch the unknown assassins. He has also announced a compensation for the family of Harjeet Singh, assuring them that security would be provided to the Sikh community of Peshawar.
The minorities in Pakistan continue to live in an environment of constant fear amid growing terrorism. Harjeet’s murder is the third incident of violent attacks on minorities in Peshawar. Earlier in September, Jagmohan Singh aged 19 was gunned down outside his shop in Hashtnagri by some unidentified men. As a result of the incident, the Sikh community took to GT Road carrying Jagmohan’s dead body. In the same month, Amarjeet Singh was killed in a firing incident in Mardan whereas On August 6, some unknown armed men opened fire at three Sikh traders resulting in the death of one of them.
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