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Ahmadi graves vandalized in Faisalabad, no permission to bury the dead in Sialkot

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Atrocities on the people of Ahmadi community continue in Pakistan. In the latest incident, an Ahmadi cemetery in Faisalabad district was vandalized and graves were damaged. The dead had to be buried in Rabwah.

According to the information, some unknown miscreants desecrated the graves of Ahmadis in chak number 89 Jabratan of district Faisalabad on the midnight of 22nd January. The miscreants entered the Ahmadi cemetery by cutting the barbed wire and vandalized the graves. Then they tried to set fire to the coffins and some other items.

A similar incident took place in the same cemetery on 20 November 2022 where unknown miscreants broke 3 grave stones. The incident was reported to the police but the police did not register an FIR.

On January 21, 2023, another tragic incident took place at Chak Peru in Sialkot district, where a 75-year-old Ahmadi woman died and her burial at the local communal cemetery was disrupted. In this incident too, the police forced the Ahmadis to take the dead body somewhere else and bury it. On which the last rites of this woman had to be performed in the cemetery of Rabwah, located 250 km away.

In recent days, there have been reports of desecration of Ahmadiyya graves from different parts of Pakistan and in some cases this desecration is being done even in the presence of police. The perpetrators of these incidents are not punished.

It should be remembered that there has been a significant increase in incidents of attacks on members of the Ahmadi community and damage to their places of worship in Pakistan.

On January 18, some miscreants entered the prayer hall of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat on Martin Road, Karachi by placing a ladder and damaged the two minarets in front.

In December 2022, two minarets of an Ahmadi Synagogue were demolished in Baghbanpura area of ​​Gujranwala. On this incident, the people of Ahmadi community alleged that the police had done this work under their supervision. This shows that the state is also supporting these miscreants.

Similarly, in April 2022, in Sarwar Chowk area of ​​Muzaffargarh, in the presence of police, an angry mob broke the minaret and mihrab of an Ahmadi synagogue and the police watched.

In 2019, the Ahmadiyya community’s place of worship in Sialkot’s Chhati Bazar was demolished. Tehreek Labeek and other religious organizations together destroyed the synagogue.

The steady rise in incidents of damage to cemeteries and places of worship of the Ahmadiyya community is worrying and calls into question the state’s silence on the issue.

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