Gurudwara in Pakistan vandalized; PKR 1.5 lakh stolen

1st December 2021 – In a recent attack on minorities in Pakistan, some unknown miscreants are being alleged to have vandalized a Sikh Gurudwara on 27th November 2021 in Kashmore district of Sindh, Pakistan.

The attack took place in Shri Guru Harikishen Sahib Gurudwara where pages from the sacred book of Sikhs, Shri Guru Granth Sahib were torn. The attackers also stole PKR 1.5 lakh from the donation box.

The attack has left the global Sikh community in shock. Hindus, Sikhs and other religious minorities have been under constant threat in Pakistan. According to reports, each year over 1,000 girls from minority communities are kidnapped, converted forcefully to Islam and married off. The local Hindu and Sikh population are trying to get an anti-conversion bill passed in the Sindh local assembly.

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