In Pakistan, two members of the Sikh community were killed.

Two men aged two shot and killed in Peshawar, Pakistan, police say . Unidentified gunmen shot and killed the men in Sarband, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province .

Authorities say two men who died in the Sarband area of Pakistan's inactive Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province were unidentified gunmen who shot and killed two men aged two who sold spices in the Bata Tal bazaar in Sarband, according to police.The victims, Saljeet Singh (42) and Ranjeet Singh (38), died on the spot, and police rushed to the scene and searched the area.No one has officially assumed responsibility for the attack.About 15,000 Sikhs live in Peshawar, mainly in the provincial capital's Jogan Shah district.

In September last year, a well-known Sikh hakeem (Unani medicine practitioner) was killed by unknown gunmen inside his Peshawar clinic.Charanjit Singh, a prominent Sikh community member, was killed in Peshawar in 2018.Ravinder Singh, a news channel host, was killed in the city in 2020.Soren Singh, a member of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf National Assembly, was also killed in Peshawar in 2016.

The Ahmadis, Sikhs, and Parsis are also among Pakistan's most prominent religious minorities.