- At least 31 individuals captured for assault on Hindu sanctuary in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Karak
- CJP Gulzar Ahmed takes suo motu notice of incident
- Karak DPO gives reports on examination. He said 350 individuals, including a JUI-F pioneer, have been set up for defacement charges
KARAK: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police has captured in excess of 31 suspects and enrolled an argument against 350 individuals for their supposed contribution in the vandalizing of a Hindu sanctuary in Karak district.
Karak DPO Irfanullah said JUI-F locale pioneer Maulana Mirza Aqeem is likewise designated for the situation. He added that the security authorities were leading strikes to keep suspects.
A day sooner, a furious horde assaulted and set on fire the holy place of a Hindu saint in Karak. Video cuts becoming famous online via web-based media show crowds of individuals breaking and defiling the webpage while reciting mottos. Smoke could likewise be seen producing from the hallowed place after it was determined to fire.
CJP pays heed to crowd assault on Hindu temple
Earlier today, Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed took suo-motu notice of the episode after a gathering with Pakistan Hindu Council boss supporter Dr Ramesh Kumar. The case will be heard in the peak court on January 5.
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The top court has likewise looked for a report from the National Commission of Minorities just as police boss and boss secretary of the northwestern area by January 4.
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Government will reconstruct the sanctuary: KP govt spokesperson
Special Assistant to KP CM Mahmood Khan on Information Kamran Bangash said PM Imran Khan and commonplace CEO had denounced the occurrence. He said the Karak DPO and agent chief have been coordinated to research the issue and present a report.
Bangash said the commonplace government would revamp the sanctuary, focusing on that the guilty parties will be rebuffed and privileges of minorities protected.
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‘State’s duty to ensure privileges of non-Muslims in Pakistan’
Confirming the captures, Pakistan Ulema Council administrator Tahir Ashrafi accentuated that it was the State’s obligation to secure the privileges of non-Muslims living in the country.
“Pakistan’s ulema cannot support any such form of terrorism,” he stated, adding that nobody is permitted to despoil the holy natures of devotees of any religion.