ISLAMABAD: After meeting with member of National Assembly and Patron in Chief Pakistan Hindu Council Dr Ramesh Kumar at the Supreme Court in Islamabad, Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed took notice of attack on Hindu temple in village Bhong of Rahim Yar Khan.
While discussing the matter with Ramesh Kumar, the top judge showed concern over the tragic incident.
He has fixed the matter before the apex court on Friday (tomorrow) at Islamabad. He also directed the Punjab chief secretary and inspector general of police to appear along with report. Ramesh Kumar has also been summoned.
A Hindu temple, Ganesh, in Bhong Sharif was vandalised by some unidentified people on August 4.
Locals, including children were seen pelting stones at statues and breaking furniture of the temple in a video.
According to the sources, the incident happened after a nine-year old Hindu boy, who allegedly urinated in a local seminary, was granted bail by a local court on Wednesday. The boy was believed to be mentally handicapped.