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Hindu temple vandalised again in Pakistan, attack and persecution of minorities, India summons Pak diplomat

hINDU tEMPLE in Pakistan

India has summoned a Pakistani top Diplomat- the Pakistani Attorney General (C’dA) in Delhi - and staged a vigorous protest over the demolition of a Hindu temple in Pakistan’s Rahim Yar Khan.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi in a weekly press release said, "a strong protest has been filed to express our concern about this horrific incident" and "to continue the attack on religious freedom for young people and their places of worship".
The IMEA has called on Pakistan to "ensure the safety, well-being and well-being of its small communities."

The Ganesh Temple was destroyed by a mob in broad daylight, without the intervention of local authorities. The whole incident was broadcast live on Facebook, smashing the images of Hindu Gods and commemorating the cold atrocities that used to happen to young people in Pakistan.
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The IMEA stressed that "incidents of violence, discrimination and persecution of minority communities including attacks on places of worship have continued unabated in Pakistan".

Horror videos circulating on social media show a crowd carrying sticks entering the temple and destroying everything in it.

MEA pointed out that, "these incidents took place at an alarming rate when the government and security institutions in Pakistan stood idle and completely failed to prevent these attacks on minority communities and their places of worship."

Improvements come just months after a Hindu temple was set on fire by a mob in Karak, Khyber Pukhtunkhwa. India at the time had also raised the issue with Islamabad. The Pakistani-Hindu community staged a protest following the demolition of a temple that had been standing for more than a century. Similarly, the January 2020 attacks on Mata Rani Bhatiyani Mandir in Sindh and Gurudwara Sri Janam Sthan.
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Most Muslims in Pakistan have seen an increase in cruelty in its smaller publications - Hindus, Sikhs and Christians. Many kidnapping cases of Hindus, Sikhs, and Christian girls have been making headlines throughout 2020.

Pakistan was created after the partition of the Indian subcontinent and since 1947 has seen a dramatic decline in the number of fewer as food consumption has increased year on year.
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