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Hindu temple vandalised in Pakistan, PM Imran Khan order swift actions

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 06 Feb 2019

Hindu temple vandalised in Pakistan, PM Imran Khan order swift actions
Islamabad, Feb 6: As reports of vandalism of a Hindu temple emerged from Pakistan's Kumb town, country's PM Imran Khan directed for a 'swift and decisive action' against the perpetrators.

He said such an act is against the teachings of the Quran.

 

Khan also shared an image of the destroyed temple on his Twitter page.

 

Khan posted: "The govt of Sindh must take swift and decisive action against the perpetrators. This is against the teachings of the Quran."

 

Earlier on Monday, images of the destruction began circulating on social media. In the images, the temple was seen attacked with holy scriptures and statues housed within it had been desecrated, reported Pakistan Today.

 

No one has claimed responsibility for the attack so far.

 

The incident has been condemned by Hindus and local Muslims.

 

Police have started an investigation into the matter.




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