Pakistan News: 150 year old Mata Temple demolished overnight in Karachi; You will be shocked to know the reason

Pakistan Pakistan News Mari Mata Temple Karachi News Temple demolished in Karachi

Pakistan News: The 150-year-old Mata Mandir has been demolished in Karachi, Pakistan. The Hindu community in Karachi woke up on Saturday morning to find the 150-year-old holy Mari Mata temple in Karachi’s Soldier Bazaar demolished, reported Pakistan’s media house Dawn. It is discussed that this has been done for a shopping plaza.

Local people say that this work was done late on Friday night when there was no electricity in the area. People have told that the outer walls of the temple have not been harmed, while the inside wall of the temple has been completely demolished. The Dawn report quoted Pakistani Hindus as saying that the police helped demolish the temple.

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As per reports, Mari Mata Mandir is located on Mukhi Chohitram Road, which is very close to Soldier Bazar Police Station. Shriram Nath Mishra, the priest of the Shri Panch Mukhi Hanuman temple near the demolished temple, told Dawn that it was a very old temple.

He said that this temple was built 150 years ago. We have also heard stories about ancient treasures buried in its courtyard. According to Dawn’s report, this temple is spread over about 400 to 500 square yards.

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The temple was under the management of the Madarsi Hindu community of Karachi. Being told that it was a very old and dangerous structure that could collapse any day, the temple management reluctantly but temporarily shifted most of its deities after much pressure.

This big reason came to the fore

Meanwhile, a member of the Madrasi Hindu group claimed that they were being forced to leave the temple by two people, Emraan Hashmi and Rekha aka Naagin Bai. It was also discussed that both the people are selling the temple to some other party for 70 million Pakistani Rupees (PKR). The buyers are planning to build a shopping plaza there.

The community has requested that the Pakistan-Hindu Council, Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and the Inspector General of Sindh Police take note of this and investigate the incident immediately, reports Dawn.

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