Fanatics demolished another temple in Pakistan, shared the video on Facebook Live

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Extremists have vandalized another Hindu temple in Pakistan’s Punjab province. Many videos of this cowardly attack on the temple in broad daylight are also going viral. In these videos, a mob of fundamentalists is seen vandalizing the temple. According to Pakistani social media users, this incident is being told of Bhong town located near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province.

vandalism inside the temple
The extremists created a ruckus in the Ganesh temple in Bhong city of Punjab. Not only did they break the idols, but they also vandalized the decorative items like chandelier, glass in the temple. During this, a huge crowd of these fundamentalists was present in the temple premises. The great thing is that like the earlier cases, no arrests have been made in this case so far.

Imran’s party leader condemned
Jai Kumar Dhirani, leader of Imran Khan’s party PTI and patron of Yuva Hindu Panchayat Pakistan, has condemned the incident by tweeting. Strongly condemn this dastardly attack on the temple at Bhong Sharif in the district, he wrote. This attack is a conspiracy against beloved Pakistan. I request the authorities to put the culprits behind the bars.

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Cases of conversion increased in lockdown
Hindu and Christian girls have been heavily converted during the Corona virus lockdown in Pakistan. Pakistani human rights activists have expressed concern that due to this the feeling of insecurity has also increased rapidly in the minds of minorities. Due to the lax attitude of the police and the lack of strict laws in Imran Khan’s government, the fanatics have become more emboldened.

Change of religion of more than 1000 girls every year
According to the human rights organization Movement for Solidarity and Peace (MSP), more than 1000 Christian and Hindu women or girls are abducted in Pakistan every year. After which they are converted and married according to Islamic customs. Most of the victims are in the age group of 12 to 25 years. The human rights body also said that the figure could be higher as most cases are not registered by the police. Most of the girls kidnapped are from the poor since then. Those who do not have any news-takers.

[Attribution to NBT]

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