Condemning the killings of members of minority communities in Jammu and Kashmir, the Supreme Sikh Council UK has urged the Imran government to control terrorist groups operating in Pakistan. The Supreme Sikh Council, affiliated to over 170 gurdwaras in the UK, has asked the Imran Khan government to take action against those responsible for killing dozens of civilians every year in Jammu and Kashmir.
According to ANI, in a statement condemning the killings in Jammu and Kashmir, the Supreme Sikh Council expressed concern over reports of persecution of minority communities in Pakistan and called upon the government to protect the rights of minorities. “We strongly condemn the killing of a Sikh doctor in Peshawar. Last week in Pakistan and with the intention of creating fear and panic in the minority community of Jammu and Kashmir, terrorists killed five, including a female Sikh headmaster, a pharmacist and a teacher. murdered people.”
The Supreme Sikh Council said, “We call upon the Imran Khan government to protect the rights of minorities in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Apart from this, we also urge to apprehend the extremists responsible for killing the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir.”
Let us tell you that there has been a sudden spurt in the killing of civilians of minority communities – Hindus and Sikhs – in the Kashmir Valley. On October 2, terrorists shot dead two civilians in Srinagar. Two government teachers, including Supinder Kaur from Srinagar and Chand from Jammu, were killed on Thursday. Makhan Lal Bindu, a prominent Kashmiri Pandit and owner of a pharmacy, was shot dead at his shop in Srinagar on Tuesday evening.
A few minutes later, Virendra Paswan, a street vendor from Bihar, was shot dead in Srinagar. Another civilian Mohammad Shafi Lone was killed in Naidkhai in Bandipora. The Modi government has condemned the killing of innocent civilians by terrorists and expressed concern about cross-border terrorism. The Sikh body has also expressed concern over the frequent reports of harassment. Including kidnapping, rape, forced conversion of people belonging to minority communities in Pakistan and forced marriage of girls from Sikh and Hindu communities.