Muslims and Hindus unite to protest in support of the construction of Islamabad’s first ‘Hindu Temple’

The temple would’ve been the first of its kind in the country’s capital, as no Hindu temple has been built in Islamabad since 1947.

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A historic display of unity was seen by people from the ‘two’ religions after they protested together in the capital to request the government for the temple.

The Shri Krishna Mandir’s construction was stopped by the Capital Development Authority for ‘legal reasons’.

The temple would’ve been the first of its kind in the country’s capital, as no Hindu temple has been built in Islamabad since 1947. However, religious parties and members of the PML-Q party opposed the idea which is why; the construction has been halted.

Ammar Rashid, who is the president of the Awami Workers Party Punjab, tweeted regarding the protest with pictures and said that this was done to ‘demand respect for religious freedom according to the constitution.’

Hindu Rights Activist Kapil Dev, appreciated the efforts of the people on protest and said that ‘Pakistan has given them a hope that they won’t be left alone and ignored.’

 

Islamabad High Court has recently legalized the construction after discarding about three petitions which were ‘not’ in the favor of the temple’s construction.

After the construction work was stopped, two videos went public. One of these showed a man ‘reciting Azan’ at the location where the temple was to be made and the other of a young boy demolishing the foundation of the temple.

Here are the videos:

The people who have such ‘extremist religious beliefs’ were under heavy criticism and are being called a ‘blockage’ for the progressive elements of the country.

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  • اس مظاہرے میں مقبوضہ بھارتی کشمیر اور ہندوستانی مسلمانوں پر ہونے والے ریاستی مظالم کے خلاف بھی کچھ کہا گیا!؛


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