Chander Sharma shot dead by unknown person in town of Mithi Sindh Pakistan, the Previous same incident happend in January 2018, two Hindu brothers were killed..
Murder of two trader brothers by robbers sparks wave of protest in Thar, Umerkot https://www.dawn.com/news/1381046
We Strongly condemn this brutal act and demand immediate arrest of the culprits involved in this horrific murders of Hindus in Pakistan.
#ChanderSharma shot by unknown person in town of Mithi #Sindh #Pakistan, the Previous same incident happend in Jan2018. 2 #hindubrothers were killed. Strongly condemn this brutal act and demand justices for murders of Hindus in Pakistan. #HindusPakistan #NayaPakistan pic.twitter.com/lNmm8IEZOP
— Vijay (@vijay_mahraj) August 19, 2018
At the time of independence Pakistan had 22% hindus and today it’s 1.8% after these many years of mass genocide no one ever woke up so #chandersharma I just another Kaffir who needs to be killed.
— Sourav Mishra (@Sourav_Mishra) August 18, 2018
It’s shocking to hear about the brutal killing of a very dear friend and a great human being Chander Sharma in Mitti, Thar .
You will be missed brother
Rest in peace #Chandersharma
May God give his family courage to bear their loss
اللہ واھی منھجا پیارا ادا#ChandarSharma pic.twitter.com/nLDPOgGWSH
— Bilal Azmat (@BilalAzmat7) August 18, 2018
Pair of Killings Tests Hindu-Muslim Unity in a Pakistani Desert Town
Police officers and local activists said organizations like Al Khidmat, a charity-focused branch of the Jamaat-e-Islami political party, had recently built hospitals and mosques in the area. They also said that affiliates of Jamaat-ud-Dawa — a branch of the militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba, which is accused of carrying out the deadly 2008 Mumbai attacks — as well as Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, a Sunni sectarian militant group, had made inroads into Sindh from neighboring Punjab Province.
“The spread of religious extremism is finally beginning to be felt here,” said Khatau Jani, the founder of the local press club. “Because of Thar’s centuries-old culture, it will take a long time to change our old way of living, our harmony. But yes, outsiders are coming in and people are beginning to feel afraid.”