India on Monday summoned a senior Pakistani diplomat to the external affairs ministry to express their protest against the recent attacks on the Sikh Minority, including the killing of a Sikh man in Peshawar last week.
As per reports, strong protest was ledged against the recent incidents with the Pakistan diplomats in New Delhi. As reported by Hindustan Times, senior Pakistani diplomat was told to ensure safety and security of the country’s minorities who are living in ‘constant fears of religious persecution.
In the most recent incident, a Sikh man identified as Manmohan Singh was shot and killed by an unidentified armed men in the Yakatoot area of Peshawar – capital of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province in the northwest Pakistan on Saturday.
Manmohan’s murder came a day after a Sikh shopkeeper sustained minor injuries when the unidentified armed men fired at him in the same area of Peshawar.
Notably, ISIS claimed responsibility for both the incidents.