Pakistan Hindu Temple: A gang of dacoits in Pakistan’s southern Sindh province attacked a Hindu temple with a rocket launcher on Sunday (July 16). A police officer gave this information. The attackers attacked a small temple built by the local Hindu community and nearby houses belonging to members of the minority Hindu community in Kashmore area of Sindh province.
Pakistani dacoits had threatened that they would attack temples if Seema Haider was not sent back to Pakistan. After this, dacoits attacked the temple with a rocket launcher in Sindh province of Pakistan on Sunday. The assailants fired indiscriminately at the temple on Sunday, following which a police team led by Kashmore-Kanthkot Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Irfan Sammo rushed to the spot.
Dacoit angry about Seema Haider
Dacoits from Pakistan had a few days ago threatened to attack Hindu places of worship and community members in Kashmore and Ghotki river areas in retaliation for Seema Haider Zakhrani’s PUBG love story. Seema Haider, a mother of four children from Pakistan, left her country and came to India to live with a Hindu man.
Seema had befriended and fallen in love with the said person while playing the online game PubG in 2019. According to the Uttar Pradesh Police, 30-year-old Seema and 22-year-old Sachin Meena live in Rabupura area of Greater Noida near Delhi. Sachin runs a grocery shop there.
30 people of Hindu community hostage
Meanwhile, the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has said it is concerned over reports of deteriorating law and order situation in Kashmore and Ghotki districts of Sindh, where around 30 members of the Hindu community, including women and children, were allegedly killed by organized criminal gangs. Was taken hostage.
“We have received disturbing reports that dacoits have threatened to attack places of worship of the community using high-end weapons,” the Dawn report quoted the commission as saying.
There are many ancient Hindu temples in Karachi. Hindus are the largest minority community in Pakistan. Most of Pakistan’s Hindu population is settled in Sindh province where they share culture, traditions and language with Muslim residents.
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