A delegation of International Hindu Pilgrims from different countries who are on a visit to Teri Temple Karak Pakistan called on Hon’ble Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Gulzar Ahmed in Supreme Court of Pakistan Islamabad.

The Hon’ble Chief Justice of Pakistan welcomed the delegation and said that there is religious tolerance in Pakistan where every citizen has the right to profess, practise and propagate his religion. The courts in Pakistan being the custodian of the fundamental rights of the people have always been cognizant of the rights of the minorities and protected their rights as enshrined in the constitution of Pakistan.

Dr Ramesh Kumar Patron-in-chief, Pakistan Hindu Council apprised the Chief Justice of Pakistan about the delegation that they were hailing from various countries of the world and have come all the way to visit Teri Temple in Karak.

Dr Ramesh Kumar also praised the steps taken by the Supreme Court as well as the incumbent Hon’ble’ Chief Justice of Pakistan for protection of the rights of minorities in Pakistan and restoration of Teri Temple in Karak.

He told the Hon’ble Chief Justice of Pakistan about the lack of essential facilities like water, gas, toilets, medical and sanitation at Teri Temple.

The Hon’ble Chief Justice assured him to take up the matter with the quarters concerned. The Delegation thanked the Hon’ble Chief Justice of Pakistan for sparing time.

Earlier, the delegation visited the parliament house of Pakistan and meet with the speaker national assembly Asad Qaiser.

Addressing a representative Hindu delegation from India in Islamabad, the speaker assembly Asad Qaiser said minorities have been enjoying full religious freedom in Pakistan.

The Speaker said it is the need of the hour to strengthen ties with neighbouring countries on the basis of mutual respect.

Asad Qaiser says Pakistan believes in peaceful neighbourhoods.

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