New Delhi: Hindu columnist executed in Pakistan, A 31-year-old Hindu columnist in Pakistan has been shot dead by some unidentified aggressors while getting a hairstyle at a barbershop in the country’s Sindh territory, media reports said on Saturday. Ajay Lalvani, a journalist with a neighbourhood TV channel and an Urdu language paper Daily Puchano, kicked the bucket on Thursday after he supported slug wounds in the stomach, arm, and knee, The News International announced.
He was sitting in the hairstyling parlour in Sukkur city when attackers on two bicycles and a vehicle drove by and started shooting.
Lalvani was raced to a close-by emergency clinic where he passed on.
His dad Dileep Kumar said that the family didn’t have any animosity, excusing the police’s case of the homicide being the aftereffect of an individual hatred, as indicated by the report.
The police on Friday enrolled an FIR against three obscure attackers and dispatched an examination.
Denouncing the executing, Hindu individual from Pakistan’s National Assembly (MNA) Lal Chand Malhi said that it is a “matter of incredible concern”.
“Emphatically denounce D executing of one more columnist Ajay Kumar at Saleh Pat, Sindh. It involves extraordinary worry that media people are progressively feeling risky in Sindh. Offered sympathy to the heirs of the person in question. Police ought to (go) past shaping comtes. (sic),” he said on Twitter.
A gathering of writers challenged Lalvani’s murdering and did a walk after his burial service.
They asserted that the episode was an objective executing as they considered the Sukkur Police liable for the occurrence.
Neighbourhood dealers likewise noticed a screen down negative mark against the executing.
In the interim, New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), an American autonomous non-benefit association, encouraged experts in Sindh territory to “must promptly dispatch a tenable examination” and capture those answerable for the murdering.