Store opposite to the Police Station burgled

In the middle of the night when it was all peace and quiet at the local Police Station, just at the opposite end of the road thieves calmly made their way to the corner shop and started off by cutting the heavy metal locks and cleanly placed them on the branches of a nearby tree.

The lifted up the store shutter and took off with the cash drawer with an unknown amount of cash and mobile phone vouchers. The burglary was discovered earlier the next day by the store owner.

Incidentally this is the same police station which was at the centre of anti-Ahmadiyya riots in Rabwah a few years back. It all started after the Government agreed to give back the piece of land to Ahmadiyya Muslim Community on which the police station and an adjacent mosque were built upon.

Ehsan Rehan

Ehsan Rehan

Ehsan is a Washington D.C. based reporter who covers Human Rights & Religious Freedom issues.
Ehsan Rehan



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