2 Hindu temples destroyed in Pakistan using rocket launchers, why seculars are silent ?

The religious place may be of any religion, but if it is destroyed, it is very painful for the people of every religion. It hurts religious sentiments. But this scene has been seen in Pakistan. Hindu religious temples were destroyed. The sentiments of every person of the Hindu religion have been hurt by this objectionable incident.

First Incident: Destroyed a 150-year-old temple in Karachi

The first incident took place on Saturday morning, in which the 150-year-old Mari Mata temple in Karachi was destroyed and desecrated. This temple is very old, about 150 years, and is built in 400 to 500 square yards. Earlier this news also came to the fore that many people wanted to grab the land of this temple.

According to the report of Dawn newspaper, Hindu citizens living around the temple told that police vehicles were also present to provide cover to the machinists who destroyed the temple. And this was done when there was no light in the area.

Madrasi Hindus of Karachi were responsible for managing the temple. Officials had said that the structure of the temple is many years old, so it can collapse anytime. So, the temple management temporarily removed most of the deities from the temple. There has been a request for an investigation by the Pakistan-Hindu Council, Sindh Inspector General of Police, and Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah.

Second incident: Rocket attack on a Hindu temple in Kashmore

The second incident happened on Sunday. In the incident, a group of dacoits destroyed a Hindu temple in the Kashmore area of Sindh with the help of rocket launchers. According to the report of Dawn newspaper, Hindu citizens living around the temple were also harassed, and bullets were fired at all Hindu citizens. Police were informed about this. According to the police, 8 to 9 gunmen were involved in the attack. No one was harmed during this attack as the attackers failed to launch the rocket. As of now, this case is under investigation.

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