The decision of the Supreme Court to rebuild the demolished temple in Karak district is being welcomed all over Pakistan. The country’s politicians and the Hindu community are calling the decision historic.
A few days ago, hundreds of angry people set fire to an ancient temple and an old man’s tomb in a village in Karak district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. According to local police, some JUI-F workers and locals were involved in the incident. , Including Maulana Muhammad Sharif, who is also said to belong to the Fazl ur Rehman group. Police say they have arrested more than 100 people, including JUI-F workers.
MNA Ramesh Kumar, who belongs to the minority community, had requested the Supreme Court Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed to take notice of the incident. The court today in its suo motu notice re-ordered the Abandoned Property Board to construct the temple, directed the court to provide a list of inactive and active temples and gurdwaras and encroachments on temples or their lands all over Pakistan Also ordered to end.
Politicians have also welcomed the decision, calling it historic. “This is a very commendable decision,” Senate Deputy Chairman Saleem Mandviwala told . This decision is a true reflection of the vision of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, who said that all citizens of Pakistan, regardless of their religion or sect, are equal in the eyes of the state and the law. This glorious decision will increase the sense of security among our non-Muslim Pakistanis and instill fear of the law in the hearts of those who make hate speeches and spread provocations. There is a need to bring those who make hate speeches to justice immediately so that such elements can be eradicated.