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Minorities in Pakistan are in deep trouble, admits Minister

Islamabad, Mon, 02 Apr 2012 ANI

Islamabad, Apr 2(ANI): Pakistan's Minister In-charge of National Harmony, Dr Paul Bhatti has said that he would raise objections in parliament if the government fails to safeguard minority places of worship, particularly the Hindu community.

"Minorities in Pakistan are in deep trouble. The government should be committed to safeguard the places of worship of all minorities in the country and all possible steps should be taken for the care and maintenance of these places," The Express Tribune quoted Bhatti, as saying.

Referring to the Hindu community's protest before the National Press Club in Islamabad, he said that no one should be allowed to occupy places of worship.

"We should respect the places of worship of others and demonstrate tolerance to establish peace in the country in order to promote interfaith harmony. All religions are integral parts of the society," Bhatti said.

"Interfaith dialogue and harmony among the people of different faiths can create an environment of peace and tolerance in the society. We should have interactions to understand each other's point of views, he added .(ANI)

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