Report: Twenty tortured, then murdered in Pakistan Sufi shrine

LAHORE - Twenty people were tortured and then murdered with clubs and knives at a Pakistani Sufi shrine, the police said on Sunday, in an attack purportedly carried out by the shrine's custodian and several accomplices.
Four others were wounded during the attack on Sunday morning at the shrine on the edge of Sargodha, a remote town in the Punjab region.
The custodian of the shrine, Abdul Waheed, called on the disciples to visit the shrine and then attacked them with his accomplices, said Liaqat Ali Chattha, deputy commissioner for the area.
"As they kept arriving, they were torturing and murdering them," Chattha told Geo TV.
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