The plight of minority Hindus in Pakistan and their religious persecution has once again come to the fore in front of the world. Here in Punjab province, a majority mob attacked a Hindu temple and vandalized the statues present there. The situation was so uncontrollable that even the police remained mute spectators and eventually the Pakistani Rangers had to be called to control the situation.
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Hindus have been attacked once again in Pakistan but this time it is about their respect. Because for Hindus their God is everything. In Punjab province, a mob of Muslims attacked a Hindu temple and even vandalized the statues present there.
The situation was so uncontrollable that even the police remained mute spectators and eventually the Pakistani Rangers had to be called in to control the situation.
Case Of Revenge For Insult To Madrasa.
Police said that a mob of Muslims attacked the temple on Wednesday. This case is of Bhong town of Rahim Yar Khan district, which is about 590 km from Lahore. According to the police, the mob allegedly ransacked the temple to avenge the insult to a madrasa.
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A Hindu Temple Attacked and Vandalized in Bhong City Dist Rahimyar Khan, Punjab, Pakistan. pic.twitter.com/VUoowc7ohh
Hindus have been living peacefully in Bhong city for decades. Tension prevailed in the area after an eight-year-old Hindu boy allegedly urinated in the library of a madrasa last week.
MP Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankavani had made many tweets.
On Wednesday, Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MP of the ruling Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf party, tweeted the video of the attack from his Twitter account and asked the police to reach the spot immediately.
In a series of tweets, he said that the Hindu temple in Bhong town was attacked. The situation here is quite tense since yesterday. The negligence of the local police is shameful.
No Arrests Yet.
District Police Officer (DPO) Asad Sarfaraz said that the police have brought the situation under control and dispersed the crowd. Rangers were called and deployed around the temple. About 100 Hindu families live in this area and police forces have also been deployed to avert any untoward incident. However, no arrest has been made in this case so far