Hindu temples in Sindh vandalised over alleged blasphemy

16 Sep 2019 10:33 PM

Hindu temples in Sindh vandalised over alleged blasphemy

Updated 16 Sep 2019 10:33 PM

A violent mob vandalised three Hindu temples, as well as houses belonging to the Hindu community and a school in Ghotki in Pakistan's Sindh province, over allegations that a school principal from the minority community had committed blasphemy.

The violence took place on Saturday after an FIR was registered against the principal of Sindh Public School on the complaint of Abdul Aziz Rajput, a student's father who claimed that the principal had committed blasphemy.

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