Pakistan Ahmadi Muslim: A case of attack on minority community has again come to light in Pakistan. In different districts of Punjab province, members of radical Islamic organizations broke the minarets of 3 places of worship of minority community Ahmadiyya. They allege that these minarets are symbols of mosques.
Earlier, about two weeks ago, in defiance of the order of the High Court, the minarets of a place of worship of the Ahmadiyya community were demolished. Before 1984, the High Court had banned such actions against places of worship of the minority community. The Parliament of Pakistan had declared the Ahmadiyya community as non-Muslim in 1974. He has been banned from even calling himself a Muslim.
People of Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan carried out vandalism
According to PTI report, Jamaat-e-Ahmadiya Pakistan official Aamir Mehmood said on Monday (September 18) that last Over the course of a few days, Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) activists entered and demolished the minarets of Ahmadiyya places of worship in Sheikhupura, Bahawalnagar and Bahawalpur districts, describing them as Muslim mosques.
With these latest incidents, the number of incidents of attacks on places of worship of the Ahmadiyya community by radical Islamists or their demolition by the police in different parts of Pakistan has increased to 31 so far this year.< /p>
Police did not take action
Pakistan official Amir Mehmood said, “When TLP workers entered these three places of worship of Ahmadiyya community, the police did nothing to stop them. Did. The Ahmadiyya community is also being deprived of their basic rights as citizens living in Pakistan. The sad thing is that the police has also been at the forefront in carrying out these works.”
He said that the Lahore High Court has clearly stated in its recent decision that there is no need to change the minarets built before 1984 in the places of worship of the Ahmadiyya community. Mahmood said, “These places of worship were built before 1984.”
The number of people of the Ahmadiyya community is 10 lakh
The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) said that the destruction of a part of the worship place of the Ahmadiyya community is a flagrant violation of the recent decision of the Lahore High Court. Is. Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Pakistan said that the situation is getting worse day by day for the Ahmadiyya community, who are already marginalized in the country. Jamaat said, “The Ahmadiyya community is facing persecution at the hands of evil elements.
Incidents of desecration of places of worship are continuing in different areas of Pakistan. Police officers are not doing anything to stop this. The Ahmadiyya community is banned from preaching and going to Saudi Arabia to perform Hajj and Umrah. The number of people of Ahmadiyya community in Pakistan is about 10 lakh, while the non-official figure is much higher.
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