Two Sikh shopkeepers were killed in Peshawar, Pakistan.

Two Sikh shopkeepers were killed by unidentified assassins in Peshawar city . The attack took place in the Bata Tal bazaar of Sarband in Peshawar city .

Islamabad (Pakistan), May 15 : On Sunday morning, two Sikh shopkeepers were killed by unidentified assassins in the Pakistani province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.The attack took place in the Bata Tal bazaar of Sarband in Peshawar city.The two Sikh men died on the spot after two assassinations opened fire on them, Saljeet Singh and Ranjeet Singh, according to The Express Tribune newspaper.Mahmood Khan, the head of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa region, has condemned the killing of two Sikh people in the region.

The incident was caught on video by Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa @IMMahmoodKhan.In a tweet, the Chief Minister ordered the Inspector General of Police to take steps for the immediate detention of those responsible for the killing.In another tweet, India's Union Housing Minister Hardeep Singh Puri condemned the murder of two members of the Sikh Sangat.Acts like this, he said, clearly highlight the dangers that religious minorities face in our volatile community.

Puri said in a tweet that such acts highlight the dangers faced by religious minorities in our volatile neighbourhood and the need for humane practices such as CAA.Hundreds of people are killed every day in targeted killings, military operations, and other forms of high-degree violence, according to the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP).