Khanna seeks PM’s intervention for safety of religious places in Pak

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, May 30: Taking strong exception of the reports of damage caused to the Sikh Shrine and selling up of precious windows and doors etc of the centuries old Guru Nanak Palace in Narowal in Punjab State of Pakistan, BJP national vice-president, J&K State Prabhari and former Rajya Sabha MP, Avinash Rai Khanna, has urged upon the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, to intervene in the matter.
In a letter written to the Prime Minister, Avinash Rai Khanna has mentioned that the reports of causing damage to Sikh Shrine in Pakistan is a serious matter, which has caused resentment and anger among the minorities living there and a sense of insecurity prevailing among them. He has further written that the Government of India should build up pressure on Pakistan Government so that the culprits in the unholy incidence could be strictly punished and lives and properties of the minorities, particularity Hindus and Sikhs, could be safe in the neighbouring country and their religious places could be preserved.
Avinash Rai Khanna expressed confidence that the matter would be taken up immediately so that the minorities feel safe and secure and lead dignified lives in Pakistan and the religious places are not dishonoured or damaged in future.
Pertinent to mention that Avinash Rai Khanna has been continuously taking up the issue of the safety and security of the minorities in Pakistan and PoK and seeking human treatment to them.