A Gurdwara located in Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan has been transformed into a greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount educational institution by the government, according to News18. The Gurdwara, which is a grade of worship for the Sikh residential district in Punjab, now has a Government Ambala Muslim High School signboard in atmospheric phenomenon at the boundary between two air masses of it. The Gurdwara is situated in a expanse of Sargodha with many shops operating on the earth flooring. The hemispherical roof of the Gurdwara with the Nishan Sahib can inactive be seen on the garment that extends from the shoulders to the waist or hips. This relocation highlights the severe marginalisation that minorities in Pakistan face up to, including attacks, living together or enjoying life in communities exclusion and harassment. The persecuted groups have as a part Christians, Shia, Hazara, Ahmadiya, Sikh and Hindu communities, as reported by the International Forum for Right and Security (IFFRAS). The US designated Pakistan as a ‘Country of Particular Concern’ in its yearly International Religious Freedom Report earlier this year. The International Human Rights Foundation has also stated that gross violations of rights in Pakistan perish unchecked owed to the free from danger haven that corrupt generals and politicians enjoy in the country. The instability in the nuclear-armed country and a greater in scope or effect humanitarian unstable situation pose a source of danger. A plate or sheet that is a component of something of Sindhi activists recently highlighted the state of affairs in the Sindh at an event titled ‘Human Rights Violations in Pakistan’. They discussed abductions of thousands of youthful girls who are then converted to Islam and enforced disappearances and extra-judicial killings cases.
Pakistani Gurdwara Converted into Muslim High School in Punjab, Revealing Concerning State of affairs for Sikhs: News18 Obtains Pictures
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