Imran Khan talks about the over killing of Pakistan Origin family in Canada

On Sunday, a 20-year-old man took a Pakistani family for an evening walk in London, Nantario, Canada.

Lahore. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday mourned the killing of four members of a family of Pakistani origin in Canada. Calling it a terrorist act, he said it exposed the growing Islamophobia in the West.

The event was planned

On Sunday, a 20-year-old man broke into a pickup truck that went to bed with five members of a Pakistani family in the evening in London, Canada. Four people died on the spot. At the same time, a child is being treated at the hospital. According to Canadian media, police described the incident as planned and hateful.

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Imran Khan tweeted that he was saddened to learn of the murder of a Canadian family of Muslim Pakistani origin in Ontario. This heinous act of terrorism has fueled growing Islamophobia in the West. The international community needs to tackle Islamophobia holistically.

Hit the family crossing the road

According to media reports, five members of the family went for a walk in the evening. Then a 20-year-old man, driving a pickup truck, collided with a family crossing the road. The youth fled the scene. However, he was arrested shortly afterwards from a nearby mall. He parked his car here.

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