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Sikh medicine practitioner shot dead in Pakistan’s Peshawar

Peshawar, September 30

A Sikh ‘hakeem’ (Unani drugs practitioner) was shot lifeless by unidentified gunmen on Thursday in Pakistan’s northwestern metropolis of Peshawar, police stated.

Hakeem Sardar Satnam Singh (Khalsa) was shot lifeless by unknown gunmen who opened hearth at him. Singh, who obtained 4 bullets, died immediately, police stated.

The killers managed to flee from the crime scene.

Singh was working a clinic on Charsadda Highway within the metropolis.

Police group rushed to the positioning and encircled the realm to nab the culprits.

The rationale behind the homicide was not ascertained but.

The police are investigating the matter from completely different angles and risk of terrorism can also be being probed.

Based on the 2017 census, Hindus represent the most important spiritual minority in Pakistan. Christians make up the second largest spiritual minority. The Ahmadis, Sikhs and Parsis are additionally among the many notable spiritual minorities in Pakistan. PTI

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