While hate-mongers rule India, Pakistan SC sets an example by demanding Rs33m recovery from Karak temple attack accused

The bench asked the K-P chief secretary to recover all amount spent on rebuilding the Hindu religious site and submit a report within one month.

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On Wednesday, the Supreme Court ordered to recover PKR 33 million from the accused involved in burning a temple in the Karak district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in one month. 

A two-judge bench of the apex court, led by Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed, heard the suo motu case regarding the destruction of the Hindu temple by a mob in December 2020. 

More than 100 angry locals stormed and vandalized the historic Hindu mausoleum and temple in Teri, a small village in Banda Daud Shah Tehsil, Karak District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. 

The bench asked the K-P chief secretary to recover all amount spent on rebuilding the Hindu religious site and submit a report within one month.

Following this, the Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Fawad Chaudhry, appreciated the court’s decision and said, “Very proud of our Supreme Court and Chief Justice. When our neighboring country courts have become hostage to hate-mongers and extremists, our courts are setting up new standards of human rights enforcement. keep it up, Sir.”

An Indian professor and activist, Ashok Swain, also took to Twitter and praised the Supreme Court’s orders.

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