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Peshawar: Terror group Islamic State-Khorasan has claimed responsibility for the killing of Sikh hakim or Unani medicine practitioner in the north-western Pakistan's Peshawar city, media reports said on Saturday.
The doctor was identified as Sardar Satnam Singh, reports Hidustan Times.
Unidentified men barged into his cabin and shot him.
He reportedly died on the spot.
The Supreme Sikh Council UK condemned the killing of a Sikh doctor in Peshawar.
"We have also had disturbing reports of Taliban entering a Gurdwara Sahib in Kabul, destroying CCTV cameras, threatening the Sangat and apprehending some of community members,” said Supreme Sikh Council United Kingdom in a statement as quoted by Zee News.
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