Radical Pakistan cannot tolerate any other religion, will Shahbaz government demolish the Sikh Gurudwara?

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The Sikh community in Faisalabad, Pakistan had been demanding for decades for the historic Gurudwara. The Punjab government of Pakistan has given permission to open the Gurudwara in Faisalabad which was closed for 76 years.

The violence against minorities in Pakistan is not hidden from anyone. The houses of minorities and their places of worship are being demolished in Pakistan. Fanaticism is at its peak in Pakistan, which was created in the name of religion. Now the Muslims of Pakistan are not even liking the places of worship of other religions. The Sikh community in Faisalabad, Pakistan had been demanding a historic Gurudwara for decades. When their demand was finally accepted, the Muslim community there got angry against it. The local people have protested against the opening of the Gurudwara and have threatened to demolish it.

The Sikh community in Faisalabad, Pakistan had been demanding for decades for the historic Gurudwara. The Punjab government of Pakistan has given permission to open the Gurudwara in Faisalabad which was closed for 76 years. But the Muslims of Faisalabad, burning in the fire of fanaticism, did not like this decision of the government. The government’s decision is being called a blatant injustice against the Muslims. Along with this, there was a threat that if it is opened, it will be demolished.

The name of the person who threatened to demolish the gurdwara is Amin Butt. In the viral video, Butt is seen saying that Sikhs are rapists and murderers of Muslims. We will not allow any Sikh gurdwara in Faisalabad. If Sikhs try to build it, they will have to face the fighters of Allah. Actually, a few days ago on Eid, the Punjab government of Pakistan had given permission to open the gurdwara of Faisalabad. But as soon as the people of Faisalabad came to know about this decision of the government, people started opposing this decision and started threatening the Sikhs.

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