In a gruesome incident that has shocked people worldwide, a young Pakistani wedding singer was shot dead for not dancing as she performed. 24 year old Samina Sindhu was performing at a wedding in Larkana in the Sindh province of Pakistan when an inebriated guest named Tariq Jatoi demanded that she dance to her songs. The six-months pregnant Sindhu refused to compky and was shot by Jatoi. Organisers rushed her to the hospital, where she succumbed to her injuries while receiving treatment. Two people have been arrsted in connection with this incident.
Samina Sindhu, a 6-month pregnant Sindhi singer, was shot dead in Larkana by Tariq Jatoi. He asked her for stand-up performance. On refusal, he threatened her. Later when she stood up, Jatoi fired bullets in her body. Now, Jatois are pressurising her husband to withdraw from case pic.twitter.com/Frey8w79lw
— Kapil Dev (@kdsindhi) April 11, 2018
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