Hyderabad- Protests continued for the second day after a Hindu temple in Pakistan’s Sindh province was set on fire by unidentified men. The incident took place on Friday in Latifabad town of Sindh, said media reports.

Media reports say, the temple of the Hindu deity Hanuman was set on fire by three men who had covered their faces and who were let in by the caretaker Darshan. The caretaker was by the men that they had come to offer prayers. The incident was followed by protests by Hindu families which continued today, as reported a private TV channel, while the police claim to have arrested five suspects for alleged involvement in the attack.