Murder of Sri Lankan manager by the mob is a shame for Pakistan Imran Khan

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the killing of a Sri Lankan factory manager and the burning of his body by an angry mob in Sialkot city of Punjab province is a shame for Pakistan.

Murder of Sri Lankan manager by the mob is a shame for Pakistan Imran Khan
Anger is being expressed on social media regarding the Sialkot incident while videos and photos of the incident are also being shared. (Photo: Screen Grab / Ahmed Waleed)

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the killing of a Sri Lankan factory manager and the burning of his body by an angry mob in Sialkot city of Punjab province is a shame for Pakistan.

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said in a tweet referring to the Sialkot incident that the horrific attack on a factory in Sialkot and the burning alive of a Sri Lankan administrator is a despicable day for Pakistan.

He said the process of arresting those involved in the incident was underway and he was overseeing the investigation himself.

No one should be misunderstood, all those responsible will be punished according to the law," he said.


It may be recalled that the incident of killing and burning the body of a Sri Lankan factory manager on charges of blasphemy by an angry mob took place in Sialkot city of Punjab province on Friday.

On the other hand, according to the Punjab Police spokesperson, in the latest development, the police have arrested Farhan Idrees, one of the main accused involved in torture and provocation.

A Punjab police spokesman said in a statement that the main accused Farhan Idrees could be seen in the video torturing and provoking. The statement further said that a case has been registered under the provisions of terrorism in the complaint filed by the police.

A Punjab police spokesman also said that police had arrested more than 100 people involved in the incident, whose role was being determined with the help of CCTV footage. There is a great deal of shock via web-based media with respect to the Sialkot episode while recordings and photographs of the occurrence are likewise being shared.

In this regard, police officials say that an investigation team has been formed.

On the other hand, Punjab government spokesman Hassan Khawar said that a total of 50 people have been arrested so far after the Sialkot incident. Hassan Khawar said in a statement that the process of identifying other people involved in the incident was underway with the help of CCTV footage.

The Prime Minister's Special Envoy for Religious Harmony and Middle East Tahir Ashrafi said in a video message regarding the Sialkot incident that "the barbaric killing of a Sri Lankan manager in Sialkot is against the teachings of Qur'an and Sunnah."

He said that even if there is a culprit that there is a law of blasphemy, blasphemy, and sanctity in Pakistan, he should be caught and brought to justice and not be killed, his body should be burnt. To be given

He added: "This is barbarism. It has nothing to do with Islam or the life of the Prophet Muhammad. Ulemas across the country condemn it. The Pakistan Ulema Council is strongly condemning it.

Earlier, Sialkot police spokesperson Khurram Shehzad told The Independent Urdu that Priyantha Kumara, who is about 50 years old and hails from Sri Lanka, visited a garment factory on Wazirabad Road in Sialkot which Makes other types of garments, I have been working as a quality manager for six years.

As per the representative, Priyantha Kumara had a fight with the assembly line laborers, at which the assembly line laborers beat her and killed her with scissors, and later her body was singed.

As per him, strict reasons are at present being given behind this episode.

Police representative Khurram Shehzad said We have framed an examination group to discover the idea of the question which will decide those dependable and attempt to discover the real facts.

Muhammad Sohail, a Sialkot cop, told The Independent Urdu: Priyantha Kumara has been blamed for obscenity She first tore down a religious poster on the factory wall and then set it on fire. He was assaulted by a horde and pounded into the ground. His body was then set burning.

Then again, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Bazdar additionally considered the occurrence at the Sialkot manufacturing plant and requested a report from the Inspector General of Police.

The Chief Minister has additionally guided the Inspector General of Police to ask into the occurrence at the most significant level and from each perspective.

IG Punjab Rao Sardar Ali Khan additionally considered the occurrence and requested RPO and DPO Sialkot to quickly arrive at the spot and ask into all parts of the episode.

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