Hindu Temple Destroyed in Pakistan

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Hindu Temple Destroyed in Pakistan: On Friday, a Hindu temple was vandalized in the Southern Sindh province in Gharo town. Police said three unidentified people have been registered under blasphemy and terrorism charges and the case is being investigated.

The idols in the Rama Pir temple were desecrated and broken pieces of the idol were found in a nearby sewage line. Police officer Fida Hussain Mastoi said, “Investigation is going on but so far no arrests have been made.” The footsteps found near the temple seem to belong to a 12 year old boy.

Lal Maheshwari, a local Hindu counselor was quoted, “someone seems to have entered the temple between 1:00 A.M., and 5:00 A.M. When worshipers came in the morning for prayers, the idols were missing. This is the first time that such a thing has happened in the temple’s history.”

Sindh Chief Minister’s advisor on Minority Affairs, Dr. Khatto Mal assured the attackers would be apprehended soon. This is one of a number of vandalisms of Hindu temples across Pakistan. The small Hindu-Pakistan community lives in constant fear and are suppressed by the majority of Muslims. Temples are demolished and their lands were taken away. In 1947, Pakistan had 20% Hindus that have reduced to a meager 2% over the years.

Hindu MP of the Pakistan Muslim League reported that every year nearly 5,000 Pakistani Hindus migrate to India.