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Pakistan rejects India’s remarks on Karachi Hindu temple vandalism

Pakistan has rejected remarks made by a spokesperson of the Indian Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) accusing Islamabad of “systemic persecution of non secular minorities” after a Hindu temple was vandalised in Karachi.

“They (perpetrators) is not going to escape justice and the Authorities will take care of them with the total power of regulation,” the International Workplace stated in a press release on Thursday night time, including that an FIR had already been registered towards the assailants and efforts had been underway to determine and arrest them.

On Wednesday, unidentified males attacked a Hindu temple within the Korangi space of Karachi, desecrating an idol. In keeping with a primary data report (FIR), the miscreants pelted stones at an idol and threatened employees on the web site.

On Thursday, Karachi Administrator Murtaza Wahab promised that the perpetrators can be delivered to justice and the temple can be repaired.

Subsequently, at a press convention in Delhi on Thursday, Indian official Arindam Bagchi stated: “Now we have famous the latest incident of vandalization of a Hindu temple in Karachi. We imagine that is one other act within the systemic persecution of non secular minorities. Now we have conveyed our protest to the Authorities of Pakistan. Once more urge it to make sure the protection, safety and nicely being of the minority communities.”

In its assertion, the International Workplace (FO) rejected Bagchi’s remarks. “In contrast to the violence towards the Muslim neighborhood that’s orchestrated by non secular fanatics who take pleasure in full patronage of India’s state equipment, the Authorities of Pakistan is seized of this matter and motion is being taken towards the perpetrators.”

The Authorities of India, the FO continued, can be nicely suggested to introspect and make sure the safety of the elemental rights, lives, and locations of worship of minorities throughout India, significantly Muslims who had been dealing with brutal assaults from the proponents of ‘Hindutva’ holding on to the reins of energy within the nation.

“Moreover, unequivocal condemnation by the BJP prime management and the Indian authorities, in addition to decisive and demonstrable motion towards the BJP officers liable for making sacrilegious remarks not too long ago can be step one in the direction of therapeutic the struggling of Muslims in India and the emotions of Muslims worldwide,” it added.

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