A hindu teacher was attacked by a mob and a temple was vandalised in Pakistan’s Sindh province over allegations of blashphemy.

The incident took place in Ghotki in Sindh on Sunday.

The mob attacked the teacher after it was alleged that his students had committed blasphemy.

The Ghotki city has been shut down and the Hindu community is under a threat.

Extremists leader Mian Mithu and his men are allegedly involved in the attack against Hindhus in Ghotki.

Trouble was already brewing in the city on Saturday night over blasphemy accusations against a Hindu principal.

Hindu principal of Sindh public school in Ghotki was accused of fake blasphemy. The school was vandalised by religious extremists in the presence of police.

Residents of the area demanded that the police arrest the principal, issued a call for a shutter-down strike, and took to the streets in protest.

Ghotki Senior Superintendent of Police Farrukh Lanjar, while talking to local reporters, said that police were controlling the law and order situation in the area, Dawn reported.