Hindu neighborhood staying in Islamabad again increased demand to create temple right here

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The Hindu neighborhood (Hindu in Pakistan), residing in Islamabad, the main city of Pakistan, features yet again raised their demand to create a temple right here.

Islamabad Hindu Panchayat President Mahesh Kumar informed the media, 'We wish a temple (Hindu temple in Pak) into the national money to do our spiritual rituals'.

This constitutional right of Hindu community

The president for the Hindu Panchayat appealed into the authorities associated with money to play a role in the building associated with temple. Kumar stated that the Hindu Panchayat has also required PM Imran Khan to aid develop the temple. He stated it is the constitutional right associated with Hindu neighborhood to own its very own temple into the national money. <! –

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                 He stated that everybody has got the right to justice into the 'Principality of Medina'.

Significantly, PM Imran Khan was stating that he desires to offer 'Pakistan something of justice that way of that time period associated with very first federal government of Islam established in Medina, which ended up being set by the Prophet Mohammad.

About three thousand Hindu families in Islamabad

About three thousand Hindu families are now living in Islamabad. In 2016, the Capital Development Authority allocated land when it comes to temple in Sector H-9 of this money. The NOC had additionally given a No Objection Certificate. An auditorium and crematorium are suggested becoming designed for the personal work associated with Hindu neighborhood into the temple premises.

But, the then president associated with Hindu Panchayat into the city had stated that their neighborhood doesn’t have adequate sources to create the temple. Kumar stated, 'We have actually formed a seven-member committee to redress the issues present before the Hindu community in Islamabad.' Kumar, while rejecting the 'rote rhetoric' of linking the Hindu community associated with nation with India, stated that Hindus surviving in Pakistan tend to be faithful with their nation and tend to be real patriots.

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