Pak Hindu principal arrested after alleged 'blasphemy' | Matrabhumi

16 Sep 2019 07:09 PM

Pak Hindu principal arrested after alleged 'blasphemy' | Matrabhumi

Updated 16 Sep 2019 07:09 PM

A school principal from the minority Hindu community in Pakistan has been arrested by authorities on charges of alleged blasphemy following riots in Sindh province's Ghotki town.

The principal, identified as Notan Lal, was booked and then arrested on charges of alleged blasphemy on Sunday and was attacked by a mob. A temple was vandalized and five shops owned by members of the Hindu community, besides a private school were set alight.

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