Lanka seeks justice over lynching of national in Pak; 800 people booked
The Times of India Hyderabad|December 05, 2021
Over 800 people have been booked under terrorism charges while 13 prime suspects are among 118 arrested so far in the horrific lynching of a Sri Lankan national over allegations of blasphemy in Pakistan’s Punjab province, a top police official said on Saturday, as pressure from Sri Lanka mounted on the Imran Khan government to bring the guilty to justice.

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