Eight-year-old, youngest person booked under 'blasphemy' in Pakistan

Islamabad: Hindus, their temples, and properties are targeted day in and day out in Pakistan. Meanwhile, another cruel face of Pakistan has been exposed. Hindus in the neighboring country are facing black law after the recent attack on the Ganesh temple in Pak. Pakistan has taken action against an 8-year-old Hindu child under blasphemy. This is the first time in the history of Pak that a child of such a young age has been charged with blasphemy. If the child is convicted in this case, there may be punishment-e-death.

According to a report, Hindus have been in a panic since the attack on the Ganesh temple in the past. Many Hindu families are fleeing Rahim yar khan district. In fact, a Hindu child was accused of urinating in the madrassa library. The child has since been arrested. The child was jailed for a week and was later released on bail by the court. Pak fundamentalists are opposing the release of the child.  The eight-year-old has been booked for blasphemy. Under the blasphemy law, the child is now facing the threat of the death penalty. British newspaper Guardian interacts with a member of the child's family. Family members say the child is yet to know about the blasphemy law. He has been wrongly implicated in the case.

On the other hand, Muslim fundamentalists in Pakistan demolished the idols and set the temple on fire. Pakistan has taken action against the culprits in police action following the supreme court's intervention. Security forces have been deployed around the temple. Pakistan has assured to repair the temple after India put pressure on it.

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