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11 Ahmadi doctors killed in Sindh since 1984

Daily Times
Wednesday, May 10, 2006

11 Ahmadi doctors killed in Sindh since 1984

LAHORE: The recent murder of Dr Mujeebur Rehman Pasha, an Ahmadi doctor in Sanghar, has increased the number of Ahmadi doctors killed in Sindh since 1984 to 11, an Ahmadiyya Community spokesman said on Tuesday. Dr Pasha was killed at his clinic on May 7, when a murderer called him outside his clinic at about 9pm and shot him dead. The doctor died at 11pm later that night. He had a wife and three children. According to the community spokesman, 22 Ahamdis have been killed in Sindh since 1984, 11 of whom were doctors. The community had said that many of the doctors killed were renowned secularists and they were murdered because of their religion. The spokesman demanded a fair probe into the murder. staff report

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