Pakistan: Christian family attacked by TLP members in Kasur in presence of police
A Christian family in Pakistan have alleged they were attacked by members of the radical outfit Tahreek-e-Labbaik, Pakistan (TLP) in Kasur city after they prevented them from writing Quranic verses on the boundary walls of their house.
The family said the incident happened on September 20 in the presence of police constables.
They said the male members of the family were beaten up with sticks and rods when the policemen remained 'mute spectators'.
"The police constable fled the scene after one of the Muslim attackers shot the head of a Christian family in the leg," a family member said.