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Fire at Christian pakistani TV Station

Fire at Christian pakistani TV Station

According to (Vocir)  KARACHI, Pakistan — Police officials said Thursday that they were investigating a fire this week that destroyed the office of a Christian cable television station in this southern port city.

Sarafraz williams, Gawahi TV station director, said the fire at their office was deliberately set.

Williams shared that police investigations have started and the Mehmodabad Police Station House Officer Sarwar Commando had asked them not to touch anything as his team would start a forensic investigation soon.

“We have halted our mission for the time being but we will not let our hopes die down. We were doing our God’s work and will continue to do so with the divine help,”williams said to tribune PK.

There have been a number of recent attacks on religious minorities in Pakistan. More than a dozen people were killed in two bombings outside churches in Lahore in March, and Christians in Pakistan are routinely targeted by sectarian militant groups and local criminals.

Last week, a factory was burned, and a mosque owned by the Ahmadis, a Muslim sect considered heretical by Pakistan’s Sunni majority, was attacked over allegations that a factory worker had burned pages of the Quran. Army troops were called in to calm the situation in Jhelum, a city in Punjab Province.

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