Pakistani Muslims dig up Hindu grave in plot dispute
KARACHI (AFP) - Muslims dug up a Hindu grave in southern Pakistan in a dispute over burial plots, police said on Tuesday, in a flare up of tensions between the two religious groups.
The Muslim population in Pangrio town, some 225km east of Karachi, protested that a man from the minority Hindu community had been buried in the main Muslim graveyard.
"The members of the Muslim community dug up the grave on Sunday, removed the body and handed it over to the town administration," local police officer Aslam Khanzada told AFP.
The body of Bhoromal Bheel has now been reburied in another location, he said.