Aug 14, Kathmandu- In Pakistan, the Ahmadiyya community is regularly targeted for killing. Meanwhile, a 60-year-old man from the Ahmadiyya community was stabbed to death in Chenabnagar city of Punjab province.
Police reported that Naseer Ahmed and his brother Muneer were stabbed while waiting for a bus to go shopping in the morning, according to the international news report. An unknown person reportedly stopped them and questioned them about their religion.
It is said that the assailant took out a knife from his bag and attacked Ahmed and he died on the spot. The locals caught the person who tried to run away after stabbing him and handed him over to the police.
The victim's brother, Muneer, informed that the assailants attacked them on religious grounds and chanted slogans in favor of Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP).