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Pak Charge d'affairs summoned over Nankana Sahib incident, killing of Sikh man

IndiaTimes Monday, 6 January 2020
India on Monday summoned Pakistan's Chargé d'affaires Syed Haider Shah and lodged a strong protest over desecration of the Nankana Sahib gurudwara and killing of a Sikh man in Peshawar. ​​​The external affairs ministry said the diplomat was conveyed that Pakistan should ensure safety, security and welfare of members of minority communities.
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