- KP govt to remake Hindu temple
- FIR held up under Section 7 of Anti-Terrorism Act
- 31 captured including JUI-F leader
PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan has said that the commonplace government will revamp hallowed place of a Hindu holy person in the Teri region of Karak region, which was vandalized and annihilated by a horde before this week.
The boss pastor made the declaration while tending to a wellbeing card appropriation function here on Friday. Assume control over Mahmood Khan said the police has captured a few speculates associated with the episode. The commonplace CEO stated that the strict locales of minorities would be protected.
Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmad has taken suo moto notice of the occurrence and guided the concerned authorities to submit report in such manner and show up under the watchful eye of the court on January 4.
Read more: JUI-F region pioneer among 350 reserved for vandalizing Hindu sanctuary in Karak
What occurred in Karak?
Videos of a crowd vandalizing and destroying sanctum of a Hindu holy person arose on the online media recently, creating a scene as law implementation authorities gotten a move on capturing at any rate 31 suspects including Maulana Rehmat Salam Khattak, a region head of JUI-F.
Khattak had filled in as a common general secretary of the PML-N prior to joining JUI-F.
The KP police additionally selected more than 350 individuals in the principal data report (FIR) recorded under Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act and including charges of polluting spot of love, harming strict opinions, theft, pyro-crime, and assault.
The government priests have likewise sentenced the assault and promised to ensure minorities in the country.