Participants of the protest held in Kathmandu against restriction in construction of Hindu temple in Pakistan.
KATHMANDU: The National Unity Campaign (NUC) has staged a protest in Kathmandu against the restriction in the construction of a temple of Lord Krishna in Islamabad, Pakistan.
The protest was organized in front of the Embassy of Pakistan in Kathmandu on Monday.
Protestors condemned the intervention of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan in the construction of the temple.
More than 100 youths participated in the demonstration led by the campaign coordinator Binay Kumar.
Participants in the rally chanted slogans such as “Stop the oppression of Hindus and “Temples and monasteries must be built in Islamabad” among others.
“The Hindu minority in Pakistan is still being oppressed by the government,” Kumar said, “The government is committing another major crime by not allowing the construction of Hindu temples and monasteries.”