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Hindu God Krishna’s idol damaged in Pakistan’s Sindh on Janmashtami

| Updated: August 31, 2021 15:37

A mob vandalised a Hindu temple in the Sanghar province of Pakistan on Monday and broke Krishna’s idol on the occasion of Janmashtami.

The incident took place on the festive day of Janmashtami where people got together to celebrate Lord Krishna’s birth. Earlier this month, a hindu temple in Bhong city of Rahim Yar Khan district was damaged by hundreds of people.After the incident, the Pakistan government said it has completed the restoration work of the temple in Punjab province and arrested a total of 90 suspects involved in the attack.

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The Muslim mob armed with weapons, sticks and bamboos attacked policemen deployed at the temple and vandalised and also burnt down a part of the temple temple.

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had condemned the attack on the temple after India lodged a strong protest and summoned Pakistan’s charge d’affaires over the incident.

Pakistan PM took to Twitter stating they strongly condemn attack on Ganesh Mandir in Bhung and he has already asked IG Punjab to ensure the arrest of all culprits and take action against any police negligence.

On several occasions, India has raised concerns on over the attacks on minorities and non-Islamic religious structures in Pakistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK).

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