An issue of vandalising Shri Ganesh temple in Pakistan
New Delhi – A Shri Ganesh temple in the Rahimyar Khan area of Punjab Province in Pakistan was damaged by religious fanatics. In this connection, Indian External Ministry called the officer-in-charge of Pakistan’s High Commission and sternly sought an explanation. He was also told that the minority population was continuously oppressed in Pakistan.
Mr Arindam Bagchi, a spokesperson of the External Affairs Ministry said that they have condemned the incident. Last year in January, Mata Rani Bhatiyani Mandir in Sindh Province, Gurudwar Shri Janmasthan and on December 20, many temples and Gurudwaras were attacked at Karak in Khyber Pakhtun. The minority population’s religious freedom and religious places are constantly under attack in Pakistan, but the Government and security agencies take no action. Pakistan has been asked to take proper action for the safety of the minority population.
India summons top Pakistani diplomat to lodge protest against vandalism of Ganesh temple in Pakistan, Imran Khan condemns incident and orders actionhttps://t.co/5ImoCDj6Ct
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The temple will be restored – PM Imran Khan
Pakistan Government might restore the temple only to show the world, but after some time, the fanatics will again attack the temple!
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has said in his ‘tweet’ that he condemns the attack on the Ganesh temple. He spoke with the Inspector General of Police of Punjab Province and asked him to arrest all the guilty and take action against the Police who were careless. The Government will also restore the temple.