It’s youthful exuberance, happens all the time, says Pak defence minister on lynching of Sri Lankan man

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Speaking on the lynching of a Sri Lankan man in Sialkot, Pakistan defence minister Pervez Khattak reportedly acknowledged it changed into “youthful exuberance” and “happens on a standard basis”.

Pakistan defence minister Pervez Khattak (Photo: Facebook)

Pakistan defence minister Pervez Khattak (Photo: Facebook)

Speaking on the lynching of a Sri Lankan manufacturing facility worker in Sialkot, Pakistan’s Minister of Defence Pervez Khattak reportedly acknowledged that it changed into the “youthful exuberance of Muslim younger folks” and “happens on a standard basis”. He added, ‘When the formative years if truth be told feel Islam has been attacked, they react to protect it.”

On Friday, a Sri Lankan manufacturing facility manager in Pakistan changed into overwhelmed to death and build ablaze by a mob, in an incident linked to alleged blasphemy.

#Pakistan’s Defence Minister @PervezKhattakPK dismisses seriousness of the killing of a Sri Lankan by an Islamic lynch mob. He acknowledged it changed into “youthful exuberance” of Muslim formative years. It happens on a standard basis; when formative years if truth be told feel Islam is attacked; they react to protect it, he added pic.twitter.com/fagkVemsaj

— Tarek Fatah (@TarekFatah) December 6, 2021

Pakistan’s defence minister Pervez Khattak also took to Twitter to subject a statement on the incident. He wrote, “I strongly condemn the brutal victimisation of the Sri Lankan who has been killed. The incident is no longer a reflection of Pakistan. Pakistan denounces extremism in all its kinds and manifestation. These accountable shall be dropped at justice.”

I strongly condemn the brutal victimisation of the Sri Lankan who has been killed. The incident is no longer a reflection of Pakistan. Pakistan denounces extremism in all its kinds and manifestation. These accountable shall be dropped at justice.

— Pervez Khattak (@PervezKhattakPK) December 5, 2021

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