Islamabad: Continuing its atrocities on minority community of Pakistan amid COVID-19 pandemic, Pirmahal police on Sunday registered a case against three men belonging to the Ahmadi sect on the complaint of a religious seminary official over violation of a supposed ban on them to follow Islamic practices, media reports said.
In his first information report, Mufti Abid Fareed, the administrator of the Jamia Umer Farooq seminary, stated that on Eidul Azha, a local jeweller and his two sons had sacrificed a cow and distributed its meat among Sunnis. They had also donated its hide to a religious seminary, Madressah Arabia Islamia Tajweedul Quran, Dawn News reported.
Fareed said the suspects hurt the sentiments of Muslims with their acts.
Police have started investigation into the incident.