Kidnapped Sikh man beheaded in Pakistan
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Daswant said his family had lived in Bara sub-division of Khyber Agency for over 40 years before migrating to Peshawar three-and-half years ago after the Lashkar-e-Islam imposed jiziya, an Islamic tax, on minorities.
"We are poor and loyal citizens of Pakistan and have no enmity with anyone. I don't know the crime of my brother for which he was murdered," he said.
Daswant further said that if the government could not provide religious minorities with proper security, it should arrange for their migration to a safer country.
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