Pakistan condemns demolition of Bilal Masjid in India 

By: News Desk      Published: 01:48 AM, 25 Aug, 2021
Pakistan condemns demolition of Bilal Masjid in India 

Pakistan condemning the demolishing historical Bilal Masjid (mosque) in Faridabad, Haryana and demanded the international community and human rights organizations to justice.

According to the 24News HD TV channel, Pakistan foreign office spokesman Asim Iftikhar Ahmad Tuesday said that the BJP government with the connivance of the Indian judiciary were involved in such anti-Muslim acts.

Pak spokesman said the Hindutva-influenced BJP-RSS government continued to target Muslims and their mosques in India that was an indelible mark on the forehead of the so-called largest democracy.

The foreign office spokesman said Indian Supreme Court had already allowed extremists to replace the historic Babri Masjid with Ram Mandir in November 2019 in a controversial decision. 

He said the historic Babri Masjid was martyred in 1992 by extremists of Hindu parties but the culprits involved in the martyred Babri Masjid in the public were acquitted with the connivance of the Indian judiciary.

Asim said tragic incidents of the martyrdom of Muslims in their mosques had already taken place in the past like the incident of massacre of Muslims in Gujrat in 2002 and in Delhi in February 2020.

The spokesman further stated that no court action had been taken against the perpetrators of these crimes while the Muslim community, their mosques and cultural monuments in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir were also targeted by the Hindu governments.

He demanded the international community, especially the UN and OIC and human rights organizations that India should be brought to book for systematic and serious human rights violations against minorities, especially Muslims.

He further urged upon the international community to ensure the protection of all minorities including Muslims and their religious and cultural sites from India.

Reporter: Zeeshan Bhatti