Alleged Targeting of Hindu Temples in Pakistan : Dive into the disconcerting reports of Hindu temples facing alleged targeting in Pakistan. From the recent demolition of Hinglaj Mata Temple to concerns around UNESCO-recognized sites, explore the challenges faced by the Hindu community and the implications for international efforts in safeguarding religious diversity
Alleged Targeting of Hindu Temples in Pakistan : Hindu temples in Pakistan continue to be targeted allegedly. It is reported that the Hinglaj Mata Temple located in Sindh province has recently been destroyed. It is being said that UNESCO -recognized sites in Pakistan are also being hunted. At present, there has not been an official response from the Government of Pakistan or the Government of India.
According to a report, the Hinglaj Mata temple was demolished and the authorities have also cited the court order behind it. Also, according to the report, the Line of Control i.e. the Sharda Peeth Mata Temple near LOC has also been reported to be demolished. At the moment, there is no official statement on this.
The special thing is that an order was also issued by the Supreme Court to save the Sharda Peeth. This temple is a recognized site from UNESCO. According to the report, there are indications that a coffee house has been constructed near the temple, which is to be inaugurated in this November.
Government sources are being quoted as saying that these atrocities on Hindus are not limited to Pakistan. There are reports that the sea has to face challenges like target killing, encroachments on lands, murders.
This is indicating that efforts to save international levels in Pakistan are also not fully effective. At the same time, such incidents show that the Hindu community in Pakistan is facing atrocities.