Hindu temples in Pakistan lie in neglected state: Commission report
Islamabad: A report submitted to Pakistan’s Supreme Court on February 5 speaks about the sorry state of Hindu temples in Pakistan.
The one man commission by Dr Shoaib Suddle said that most revered sites of the minority Hindu community in Pakistan are in a poor condition.
The one man commission alleges that the authorities are only interested in occupying valuable properties of migrated community. Although the temple in Terri village of Khyber Pakhtunwa’s Karak district has been renovated, this was torched by members of the radical Jamiat Ulema e-Islam party (Fazal-ur Rehman group) some days ago.