Jammu: Protesting the killing of three Hindu doctors in Pakistan's Sindh province, a Hindu body on Saturday burnt an effigy of the neighbouring country and demanded protection of the community members and Sikhs there.
   
Led by its president Dimpy Kohli, over 200 activists of Hindustan Shiv Sena took out a protest march in the city and shouted slogans against the killings.
   
Displaying placards demanding protection of Hindus and Sikhs in the neighbouring nation and punishment to people involved in the murders, the agitators burnt the effigy of Pakistan.
   
According to reports, the three brothers were recently gunned down by some unidentified armed persons following a dispute between Hindus and Muslims in Shikarpur district involving a Muslim girl.

(Agencies)