Bilawal condemns killings of two Muslims in India

March 19, 2016 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party on Sunday strongly condemned killing of two Muslim cattle traders in Indian state of Jharkhand at the hands of extremist Hindus and asked the Indian government to arrest the culprits and punish them.

Two Muslim cattle traders Mohammad Mazloom, 45 and Azad Khan alias Ibrahim, 15 were were hanged to death in Balumath forests in India. PPP chairman said he was shocked by the incident which has shaken human instincts everywhere in the world and such gruesome acts against minority communities in India were very unfortunate and tragic.

Such barbaric occurrences must be condemned and culprits involved directly and indirectly should be taken to task under any circumstances, he added. He said that protection of minority communities is the foremost duty and responsibility of every state and government on the globe and Indian government should move quickly against the extremists and hate-mongering brigades before the surge of such horrible terrorism recurrences.