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Hindus in Pak protest illegal occupation of non secular web sites

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Minority Hindus in Pakistan have demanded that the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa authorities quit their places of worship to them following allegations of land take hold of and unlawful occupation of the network’s sacred web sites.
The All Pakistan Hindu Rights movement (APHRM) the day past staged a protest in Peshawar, traumatic an immediate give up of the illegal occupation and the alleged selling and leasing out of the spiritual locations through Evacuee consider belongings Board (ETPB).
talking on the protest, APHRM chairman Haroon Sarbdiyal stated that the board had unjustly sold or rented out religious locations of the minority community to businessmen.
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He stated the provincial government must cancel the leases and take their ownership and hand them over to the minorities.
“we are opposed to the sale of the connected houses because the worship locations are extraordinarily prone and it’s far duty of Auqaf and archaeology departments to proportion details of residences and worship places with Hindus and Sikhs and give up the houses to the minority corporations,” he said.
Sarbdiyal stated the federal government had shaped a 22-member committee to guard the rights of minorities but mockingly, minorities had no illustration in it.
He warned the sale of connected homes became not suited to Hindus. “Hindus don’t have any objection to the transferring of Kashmiri households everywhere or giving them any moneymaking area but the sale of whole attached homes should be stopped without delay,” Sarbdiyal said.
Following the day gone by’s protest, the KP government in a statement today stated that it had made unique allocations and takes measures to protect the rights of the minorities.
It said ninety million rupees has been allotted within the provincial price range this year for the maintenance of temples, church buildings and gurdwaras.
in the meantime, a central authority reputable claimed that the sealing of a Hindu temple and a Sikh gurdwara inside the town were aimed at making sure protection of the locations of worship.
ETPB Assistant Administrator Asif Khan informed journalists that the government had no purpose to bar minorities from appearing their spiritual responsibilities.
He refuted reports that land grabbers have been seeking to illegally occupy the homes belonging to Kashmiris and Hindus and Sikhs in Peshawar.
Asif Khan stated the belongings protected 5 locations of worship of Hindus and Sikhs and several residential quarters. He said reports approximately forcing human beings out of their residences without previous note had been wrong.