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    A Sikh businessman was recently shot dead in Peshawar, Pakistan by unknown assailants, adding to the growing number of targeted attacks against minority communities in the country. The incident occurred at 3 pm when armed men on a motorcycle opened fire at Dayal Singh in Peshawar’s Dir Colony area. Police have collected 30 bore bullet shells from the site of the crime and obtained CCTV footage from the shop. An investigation has been launched into the attack. This incident comes a day after a Hindu doctor was shot dead by unknown assailants in Karachi. Last week, shopkeepers from the minority Hindu community were assaulted in the Sindh province for allegedly violating the Ramzan ordinance. Pakistan’s Hindu population is the largest minority community, with an estimated 7.5 million Hindus living in the country. Muslims account for about 96% of Pakistan’s population, Hindus 2.1%, and Christians about 1.6%. Other notable religious minorities in Pakistan include Ahmadis, Sikhs, and Parsis.

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