Demolition of temple in Karachi: Hindus protest

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It has to be very difficult for a Hindu to live in Pakistan. The land of Pakistan was once part of India, and yet so many have no problem with destroying Hindu temples. So many of these temples have been razed and mosques built on the sites.


Demolition of temple in Karachi: Hindus protest

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Source: Agencies | 12/17/2013 1:44:16 PM
Karachi, December 17: There seems no impact of the recently globally observed day of “Human Rights” in Pakistan. The suppression of minority Hindus in Pakistan continues as their human rights being violated in Pakistan has become an ongoing issue o concern.

After many cases of abduction and forceful Islamic conversion of Hindu girls, now a new trend of demolition Hindu shrines is emerging to disgrace the Hindus in Pakistan.

The upset Pakistani Hindus joined a protest outside the Press Club at Karachi over the demolition of an 80-year-old temple in the city's Soldier Bazar area.

The Krishna or Rama Peer Mandir at Dholi Khata in Soldier Bazar has become a bone of contention between the minority Hindu community and a powerful builder, who bought the land on which the temple was built from the military estate office through a government auction.

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Inhumanity cannot go on forever. Sooner or later we all face the ultimate justice for our deeds.
 

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