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Islamabad: The Hindu community on Monday filed an application in the court of District and Sessions, Judge Mansehra, where they sought registration of a case against two Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders in Pakistan for allegedly taking possession of a temple.
The two leaders of the ruling party were identified as Senator Sardar Guru Gurdeep Singh and Member of the Provincial Assembly Ravi Kumar.
They have been alleged to have forcibly taken possession of Shawana Temple at Ghandian in Mansehra.
The case has been filed through Zafar Iqbal Advocate under section 22-A of the Criminal Procedure Code, The News International.
In the application, the applicants Sham Lal and Sajin Lal said that they were citizens of Pakistan and belonged to the Hindu faith. In the entire Hazara Division, Shawala Temple/ Shive Temple is the sole place of worship of Hindus, the newspaper reported.
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