Chief Justice noticed the incident of the temple burning, and the reaction of the government also came
ISLAMABAD (Monitoring Desk) Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed of the Supreme Court set aside January 5 for a hearing on the Karak temple burning case and asked the Chief Secretary and IG KP to send a report on January 4. According to the information, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Gulzar Ahmed, agreed on 5 January to hear the case of the burning of the temple in Karak and also to form a one-member committee of the Chief Justice on minority rights. Note of the incident was taken by Justice Gulzar Ahmed.
According to the release, the Hindu Council of Pakistan’s Chairman, Ramesh Kumar, called on the Chief Justice. According to the statement, the Chief Justice was told by Ramesh Kumar about the incident of the Karak temple being burned. The justice voiced regret about the temple’s fire. Federal Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry, meanwhile, called the incident an anti-minority incident.
Fawad Chaudhry referred to the case as anti-minority in his tweet on the topic of arson and the destruction of a temple in Karak. Fawad Chaudhry notes that the anti-minority mindset is setting fire to Hindu Samadhi in Karak. The Federal Minister said the issue was that terrorism should be defeated by the army. The role of civil society is to combat extremism. The Federal Minister said that, from our schools to social events, little is being done about extremism; we are slipping deeper into this quagmire.