Mr. Kamran Ahmad of age 40 died as a result of the gun firing.
In recent times five Ahmadis in Peshawar became victims of these fatal attacks.
On November 09, 2021, at around 05:30 PM Mr. Kamran Ahmad, an Ahmadi of age 40 years was shot dead by an unknown assailant in Peshawar, Pakistan. He has left behind a widow and 3 minor children. He was an employee at one of the factories on Industrial Estate Kohat Road, Peshawar. He was at work when an unknown man opened fire on him thereafter he died on spot. He had no personal enmity with anyone. This is the 2nd Ahmadiyya killing this year and 5th in the last 2 years in Peshawar.
It is worth noting here that the said factory belonged to an Ahmadi businessman who prior to this unfortunate incident has sold one of his factories and was in the process of selling this factory as well due to the rising opposition against Ahmadis in Peshawar.
There is an increase in faith-based attacks on Ahmadis residing in Pakistan. Seven Ahmadis have lost their lives in recent times due to such attacks. Despite such incidents, the Government and the law enforcement agencies have failed to protect members of the Ahmadiyya Community or in curbing the hate speech. This continuous persecution testifies to the utter disregard of the Community’s rights in Pakistan and creates a sense of deep insecurity within the Community.