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Day of shame as Sialkot witnesses vigilante justice; Sri Lankan killed over religious sacrilege charge:

SIALKOT: A Sri Lankan national, working as a manager at a private factory on Wazirabad Road here, was lynched to death by a mob in the most reprehensible display of bigotry and intolerance, over allegations of religious sacrilege, on Friday. The law enforcement agencies could not be seen anywhere around the time of the entire gruesome episode.

Over 50-year-old Priyantha Diyawadana, the industrial engineering manager at a sports goods factory situated near Noul Mor, in the limits of Uggoki police station, was mercilessly thrashed at the factory premises by hordes of angry factory workers armed with rods, batons, fists and kicks while jeering religious slogans all the time.

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