In complete disregard for the sentiments of minorities in Pakistan, a temple in Karachi was used to keep sacrificial animals.
In a tweet, Pakistani journalist Bilal Farooqui shared the video of animals being kept in the temple premises.
— Bilal Farooqi (@bilalfqi) September 2, 2017
In the video it can be seen that a camel is kept inside a temple along with a motorcycle. This triggered a discussion on situation of minorities in Pakistan.
Abdullah Rajput, a journalist associated with Dawn News in Pakistan showed concern that the minority may get offended by this behaviour.
This is a very sensitive matter, and this will be able to put Minorities on anger.
— Abdullah W Rajput (@AWRajput) September 2, 2017
As against how minorities are treated in India.
In another world: Uttarakhand-Muslims offer prayers in a Gurudwara, Joshimath as they were unable to do it at Gandhi Maidan due to rains
— Hermanprit Singh (@hermanprit) September 2, 2017
Twitterati also condemned the disrespect shown towards minorities in Pakistan.
This is how minorities and their places of worship are openly desecrated in Pakistan. Disgusted to the core…!!!!! https://t.co/T2Kg8mxq2t
— Manak Gupta (@manakgupta) September 2, 2017
??? Hope to see this happening in India too. Hindus should be shown their place https://t.co/znT5ioeT5w
— Eminent Intellectual (@padhalikha) September 5, 2017
This is the kind of secularism Owaisi, Kamal Farooqui, Rana Auub & other Jinnah wannabes miss in India! Their anguish understandable https://t.co/msrVW4l9Hh
— MadhuPurnima Kishwar (@madhukishwar) September 3, 2017
Of course, there were secular liberals from India who denied such thing could exist in Pakistan. And how this could be used by “Hindu terrorists” as part of “terror training”. Farooqi, on his part, stood by his tweet.
Just to conclude, here’s what could have happened if religions were switched.
Had this been done to Muslims, imagine the number of cars they would have thrashed n tyres burnt. https://t.co/92zf8PxXyx
— Bakhtawar Javed (@BJ_Socialist) September 2, 2017