India these days lodged a protest with the Pakistan Significant Commission about studies that makes an attempt are staying built to change a popular gurdwara in Lahore into a mosque.
“A robust protest was lodged with the Pakistan Higher Fee currently on the reported incident whereby Gurdwara Shahidi Asthan, web page of martyrdom of Bhai Taru Singh ji at Naulakha Bazaar in Lahore, Pakistan has been claimed as the location of Masjid Shahid Ganj and tries are remaining manufactured to convert it to a mosque,” Overseas Ministry spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said in a assertion.
Gurdwara Shahidi Asthan Bhai Taru Ji is a historical put in which “Bhai Taru Ji produced a supreme sacrifice in 1745”, the spokesperson claimed. It is a put of reverence and considered sacred by Sikhs and the incident has been seen with grave problem in India, he stated.
There have been calls for justice for the minority Sikh community in Pakistan. Manjinder Singh Sirsa, spokesperson of the Akali Dal, tweeted to request Pakistan Primary Minister Imran Khan to choose motion versus “extremists”.
“Pak extremists want to obliterate this Shaheedi Sthaan completely. This is in opposition to simple human rights- no one can deny a individual freedom to observe their religion @ImranKhanPTI Pls warn this sort of extremist features & get immed motion to conserve Shaheedi Sthaan frm unlawful squatters,” Mr Sirsa tweeted.
Pak extremists want to obliterate this Shaheedi Sthaan fully.
This is towards primary human legal rights- no one can deny a particular person liberty to apply their faith @ImranKhanPTI
Pls warn such extremist components & consider immed motion to help you save Shaheedi Sthaan frm unlawful squatters https://t.co/Ad3PjpKjkepic.twitter.com/ZHtqAtPXyi
— Manjinder Singh Sirsa (@mssirsa) July 26, 2020
“Pakistan was also called upon to look immediately after the basic safety, safety, perfectly-being of its minority communities together with safety of their spiritual rights and cultural heritage,” the International Ministry spokesperson mentioned.