Vandalised Ganesh temple restored, handed over to Hindus
The vandalised Ganesh Temple has been restored and handed over to Pakistan Hindu Council.
Earlier on August 4. a Hindu temple, Ganesh, in Bhong Sharif was vandalised by some unidentified people.
Locals, including children were pelting stones at statues and breaking furniture of the temple, revealed a video of the incident.
According to the sources, the attack came 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.
Last month, a local cleric filed a blasphemy case under Section 295A against an unidentified person for desecrating a madrasa.
The cleric, Hafiz Muhammad Ibrahim, a deputy imam stated “I saw a kid peeing on the carpet of the library of the madrasa. He entered from a broken window. He escaped when I tried to catch him. He had touched the cupboard with filth.”
However, total 90 suspects were arrested with the help of video footages and they were produced before a court of law for physical remand.