An angry mob torched a factory, owned by members of the Ahmadiya community, in Jhelum after one of its employees was accused of committing blasphemy, police officials said on Saturday.

Hundreds of people surrounded a chipboard factory on Friday night and set the facility ablaze after reports surfaced that one employee had allegedly desecrated the Holy Quran.

Local clerics made provocative speeches against Ahmadis, causing the enraged mob to resort to violence. Following which the people set ablaze the factory.

This is one of the many instances of violence against the Ahmadiyya community in the name of Blasphemy. A campaign started on social media against this attack. And people, all over Pakistan, are standing up for the Ahmadiyya community. 

This is how the campaign started on Facebook. A page called Taliban are Oppressors made the following announcement three days ago at 5.50 p.m.