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Hindu Federation protests against restriction in construction of Hindu temple in Pakistan


11 July 2020  

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KATHMANDU: The Nepal World Hindu Federation has protested against the restriction in the construction of a temple of Lord Krishna in Islamabad, Pakistan.

The federation staged a protest in Birgunj on Saturday against the ban on temple construction.

The federation has condemned the intervention of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan in the construction of the temple and set his effigy on fire during the protest.

Demonstrators chant slogan during the protest staged by The Nepal World Hindu Federation in Birgunj.

There was significant participation of the youth in the protest rally led by the federation Vice President Vijay Prakash Nishad.

“Pakistan’s Hindu minority is still being oppressed by the government. Another major crime is the government’s refusal to allow Hindu temples to be built,” he said.

Publish Date : 11 July 2020 21:43 PM

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