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More than 200 Individuals Reserved over anti-Hindu riots in Pakistan’s Sindh

Authorities have reserved over 200 individuals in relation to the violent anti-Hindu riots at Ghotki district of Sindh, Pakistan.

Officials said three distinct cases were filed in which a total of 218 individuals are booked. Sukkur further inspector general of police Jamil Ahmed reported all 3 instances have been registered on behalf of this nation.

“That is a warning to each of such miscreants which nobody is going to be permitted to challenge the writ of the nation,” he explained. Five of the 61 recognized accused have been detained, he explained in the future Twitter. Ghotki’s Hindu community breathed a sigh of relief following political and spiritual leaders sat in the Sacho Satram Das temple and ensured them of the entire support.

On Sunday, tens of thousands of people went on a rampage at Ghotki later Notan Lal, the Hindu owner of the Sindh Public School, was detained by a pupil of passing remarks. The mob vandalised the faculty and at five stores in Jilani market possessed by members of the Hindu community, also desecrated the Sacho Satram Das temple.

At the first case filed against the rioters, 45 individuals have been booked under Section 295 of the Pakistan Penal Code (beating or defiling area of worship, together with intent to insult the religion of any course ).

A total of 23 individuals – 12 recognized and 11 anonymous – have been reserved in the next instance when it comes to ransacking and harm to property.