Deceive your People, but not Indians

via HK published on June 28, 2006

As the whole world turned their eyes towards Pakistan hearing the reports of demolition of only Hindu Temple in Pakistani city Lahore, the whole Pakistan govermental machinery was busy in covering up the whole issue, which got leaked to the whole world through the hands of Pakistan press itself.

Pakistan’s Religious Affairs Minister Ejazul Haq has invited  LK Advani to visit Lahore to verify  that the shrine was not razed and asked not to “spreading propaganda” about temple demolition!He also claimed that they are actually renovating the temple instead of demolishing it!

First of all Mr Haq should try to understand that we here are not sitting idle and cooking up propagandas against Pakistan.The News of Temples demolition was first reported in Pakistan dailies.

Interestingly much of the online Pakistan  dailies had permanently removed the news itself from their archives! If Mr Haq happened to see this news piece please check following links.

The Pakistan based Pakistanchristain post haven’t got your Govt.’s instructions to delete this from their website.

In this news piece came in dawn, one of the widely read daily in Pakistan admits atleast that court had stayed the order of demolition. Mr Haq if there were rennovating attempts then why Lahore court had stayed demolition? Whether they also heard the case based on the propaganda spreaded by Advani?

Have a look at this news piece came in Gulf news..Mr Haq will you allege this as a conspiracy between Gulf Amir and Advani?

Please read this lines from your Pakistan Tribune

“Amid growing condemnation here of the demolition of the only temple in Lahore, the Indian government on Thursday said it has “taken up” the matter with Pakistan.”

Now is the “Condemnation Here” was in India or Pakistan? If no temple was demolished why you people were Condemning?

Mr Haq you can fill the stomach of Pakistani People with blatant lies and hate towards India, But  we  Indians are eating Basmati Rice and Punjabi Wheat.  


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