Truth-Discovering Mission Arrives In Ghouspur After Assault on Hindu Temple – The Friday Instances

Jul 20, 2023 0 Comments

A minimum of one man was injured when dacoits attacked a Hindu temple within the Siyano Ogahi village close to Kandhkot round per week in the past. Now, the Sindh Human Rights Fee (SHRC) has taken discover of the incident and has despatched a fact-finding mission to the positioning.

A delegation of the fee, led by Hindu Member and Ghotki resident Sukhdev Assardas Hemnani, visited the Sanwal Shah Mandir.

Hemnani mentioned that the delegation examined the premises and met the administration of the temple Dera Sawal Shah Darbar in Ghouspur. He additionally met with the native Hindu Panchayat and inquired concerning the particulars of the incident.

He added {that a} fact-finding report will probably be submitted to the related authorities for motion.

Hemnani added that that they had additionally met with the native police and have been understanding the safety necessities of the group.

Final week, dacoits reportedly attacked the temple compound and adjoining houses of the Hindu group and had escaped within the riverine areas.

After the assault, Sindh Inspector Basic of Police Ghulam Nabi Memon directed to deploy some 400 policemen round Hindu temples throughout the province for 2 months.

The HRCP too had expressed alarm concerning the scenario. The assault got here after some dacoits in Sindh had posted a video vowing to assault Hindu and Sikh locations of worship throughout the nation except a Karachi resident Seema Haider, who had crossed over to India to marry a person she had met enjoying on-line video video games, is returned.

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The incident comes after an argument emerged in Karachi, the place it was reported {that a} century-old temple within the metropolis’s outdated Soldier Bazaar space had been demolished by its Hindu caretakers.

The matter, per a probe by the SHRC and Hemnani, was decided to be an intra-community dispute of land possession.

Rekha Bai, the daughter of the temple’s earlier caretaker Hira Laal, claimed that the property belonged to her household and never the group.

She added that the development work within the temple compound was to construct housing for her household, who’ve lived alongside the temple for 3 generations now.

Some residents had filmed when diggers arrived, escorted by native police, in full darkness final week when the ability was out and began demolishing buildings and digging a gap to put foundations. They claimed that the land had been bought by Rekha Bai to builders for Rs70 million.

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