Anger among Hindus due to illegal construction in 3 thousand year old temple in Pak, petition filed in Peshawar High Court

Anger among Hindus due to illegal construction in 3 thousand year old temple in Pak, petition filed in Peshawar High Court

Peshawar: Illegal construction in the premises of about 3000 years old Shiva temple located in Mansehra of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan has created fury among the Hindu community of the region. According to The News International, despite the religious, historical and architectural importance of the temple, the authenticity of the temple is in danger due to unplanned construction at the site by the concerned department.

It was told that toilets are being constructed at such places in the temple, which has threatened the sanctity, historical and architectural originality and authenticity of the temple. The Hindu community moved the Abbottabad Bench of the Peshawar High Court, which admitted the matter for hearing and issued notices to the authorities concerned.

Haroon Sarab Diyal, president of the All Pakistan Hindu Rights Movement, said that the Mansehra Shiva Temple is one of the oldest Hindu temples in Pakistan, known as Chitti Gati. The name is given because of the Shiva Linga made of white marble. People from all over Pakistan and abroad come here during Shivratri. The temple has a great religious significance and has the potential to attract religious tourists from across the country and abroad.

According to media reports, the technical team of the board of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government will visit the area in a few days and the issue will be resolved in consultation with all the stakeholders. Haroon Sarab Diyal, president of the All Pakistan Hindu Rights Movement, said the issue has been drawn to the attention of the authorities concerned to stop the construction at the site to ensure the sanctity and authenticity of this important temple. However, despite being such a serious matter, no official took cognizance.


Those who do not get corona vaccine will have sim block

Those who do not get corona vaccine will have sim block

Peshawar: In countries like America, where many kinds of temptations are being given to promote the anti-corona vaccination campaign, Pakistan has come down to threats. There has been a threat to block the SIM card in Pakistan for not getting the vaccine. This decision was taken by the Punjab Government of Pakistan on Thursday.

According to media reports, during a meeting chaired by Dr. Yasmin Rashid, Health Minister of Punjab province in Pakistan, it was decided that the SIM cards of those who do not get the vaccine will be blocked. Civil and military officers were present in the meeting. During the meeting, the officials decided that walk-in vaccination will be started for people above 18 years of age from June 12. Let us tell you that by the end of December this year, Pakistan has set a target to vaccinate 70 million people.

The provincial government will set up mobile vaccination camps outside shrines across the province and vaccinate people with cancer and AIDS on a priority basis. The government said that people will be able to attend cinema, restaurants and weddings only after getting the vaccine. The decision comes at a time when the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) announced the opening of walk-in vaccination facility for all citizens above 18 from Friday, June 11.


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