A man belonging to Ahmadiyyah community has been shot and killed in Peshawar.
According to media reports, Abdul Qadir, a 65-year-old homoeopathic specialist, has become a victim of target killing at the entrance of his homoeopathic health clinic on Thursday.
Earlier similar targeted attacks against the community have been reported from Khyber Pakthunkhwa and Punjab. Last year Professor Dr Naeemuddin Khattak and Mahmoob Khan were killed in Peshawar while Dr Tahir Mahmood, 31, was murdered by a teenager in Nankana Sahib.
Police sources have confirmed that the man accused of the murder has been arrested and the attack appears to be religiously motivated.