Savrega Pakistan's 1200 year old Valmiki Temple: Christian family was occupied for 2 decades, freed after a long battle

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Savrega Pakistan's 1200 year old Valmiki Temple: Christian family was occupied for 2 decades, freed after a long battle
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The 1200 -year -old Valmiki temple will be renewed in Lahore, Pakistan. This temple was captured by a Christian family for many years. After a long battle in the court, the Federal Body Evacui Trust Property Board (ETPB) withdrew the temple's possession from the family.

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ETPB is an organization in Pakistan. It takes care of the temples and land in the country that Sikhs and Hindus left to India after partition. This organization oversees 200 gurdwaras and 150 temples across Pakistan. Let us know that in Lahore, people can worship at the Valmiki temple in addition to the Krishna temple.

The Christian family who occupied the temple for 20 years claims that they have changed religion to Hindu. Were. This family was occupied by the temple for almost 20 years and he used to allow only people of Valmiki caste to worship in the temple.

ETBP spokesperson Aamir Hashmi said- Valmiki temple under the master plan Will go More than 100 Hindu, Sikh and Christian leaders reached the Valmiki temple. Hindus recited puja in the temple and joined the langar for the first time.

Angry people broke the idols in the Valmiki temple, an official of ETBP said that the land of the temple was given to ETBP in the revenue records but the family by the family 2010 -11 claimed to be the owner of the property and filed a lawsuit in the civil court. After the demolition of Babri Masjid in India in 1992, some people attacked the Valmiki temple and broke the idols and set fire to the surrounding buildings.

ETBP spokesperson said that the Supreme Court of Pakistan said that Pakistan's Supreme Court Had formed a team which presented its recommendations to the government. In which it was said that the temple should be renovated but the matter was in the court, due to which ETBP could not renovate the temple.

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