Tensions in Pakistani town after murder of Governor Salman Taseer
A court in Pakistan has indicted the man suspected of killing one of the country's best known politicians, Punjab Governor, Salman Taseer.
Mumtaz Qadri was one of Mr Taseer's bodyguards and says he killed him because he was opposed to Pakistan's strict religious laws.
That has made the alleged assassin a hero among religious hardliners.
Students even delivered Valentine's Day cards to him at a jail in Rawalpindi.
Aleem Maqbool reports from the town of Gojra in Punjab where tensions between majority Muslims and minority Christians have increased since the killing.
14 Feb 2011
- From the section South Asia