Ahmadi Muslims condemn attack on mosque in Pak
Ahmadi Muslims today condemned the May 28 attack on two mosques in Lahore and blamed Pakistan government for the incident.
Kolkata: Ahmadi Muslims today condemned the May
28 attack on two mosques in Lahore and blamed Pakistan
government for the incident.
Stating that Ahmadi Muslims were declared non-Muslims in
that country and restrictions imposed on them, President of
Ahmadi Muslim Jamat S M Ahmed told a press conference here
that there was constant provocation from the government
there and the attack on the mosques was barbaric.
Ahmed said, "We are a very small community and the Indian
government should condemn the attack and the world should
build up diplomatic pressure on Pakistan. We are very free and
safe in this country," he added.
Terrorists wearing suicide vests and armed with grenades
and assault rifles had stormed two packed mosques of the
minority Ahmadi sect in the eastern Pakistani city, killing
about 80 people, including a retired lieutenant general and a
journalist, and injuring around 100 persons.