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FIR lodged for 'dishonouring' Priest King at Mohenjo Daro

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How else then ?

The injustices in society enabled and maintained by Brahminical supremacist ideology were seen by Gautama and he got some ideas to rid society of those wrong things and he preached those ideas.

Which is also why Dalit leader Ambedkar adopted Buddhism along with hundreds of thousands of his followers in 1956.

There should be no reason for anyone to defend Brahminical supremacist ideology.



No, that is partly true. Hazrat Muhammad saw the injustices and unnecessary complications in life brought by the local Arab idolating populace. Plus he brought some ideas to simplify life and make society more harmonious than it was originally. For example, a straight prohibition on interest-based economics which particular simple thing is not present in India even now, 1400 years later.
You know nothing about Buddhism dude. Just study your own Islamic book. You don't need to worry about others.
 

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true, we should not disrespect our historical ancestors no matter who they were and what they did.

this comes from good education and upbringing and from the photo above these guys seems jahil gawar PPP voters from interior sindh.
they did it because its idol and they insulted Hinduism by this
wtf there are more then 6 million Hindus lives in Pakistan as well.
 

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true, we should not disrespect our historical ancestors no matter who they were and what they did.

this comes from good education and upbringing and from the photo above these guys seems jahil gawar PPP voters from interior sindh.

wtf there are more then 6 million Hindus lives in Pakistan as well.
1) No one gives a damn about your racist fascist views about the poor Sindhi. Specially if you are from Karachi.

2) Can anyone in Pakistan even agree on this atheistic priest's name? What's his name? Charlie Bhutto Hebdou?
FIR lodged for 'dishonouring' Priest King at Mohenjo Daro

Case registered after photo of three visitors dishonouring the sculpture at archaeological site goes viral



Hafeez Tunio April 18, 2021


three visitors can be seen dishonouring king priest at a site of mohenjo daro photo express

Three visitors can be seen 'dishonouring' King Priest at a site of Mohenjo Daro. PHOTO: EXPRESS
KARACHI:
Police on Sunday lodged a first information report (FIR) against unknown persons who tried to dishonour the statue of Priest King at a site of Mohenjo Daro – one of the largest settlements of ancient Indus Valley Civilisation.
The case was registered by Airport Police Station in Mohenjo Daro on the complaint of the watchman of the archaeological site.
"The case has been registered under Section 295-A which deals with deliberate and malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings of any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs," a duty officer at the police station said.
The case was registered following a photo that went viral on social media in which three visitors were spotted dishonouring the statue of Priest King, an iconic representation of Indus civilisation that is placed at the entrance of the site.
Read more: Heritage ignored: With no flights, Mohenjo Daro at risk of being forgotten
"We are tracing the people who are involved in this cheap act and have disgraced the statue. There was an outcry on social media including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and people belonging to different walks of life condemned the act demanding action against the culprits.
"We live in a civilised society and it's insane to disgrace the icon of a civilisation we should be proud of it," journalist and activist Nisar Khokhar said, adding that strict action must be taken against people involved in it.
Soon after the incident, many people in Sindh replaced their profile pictures on Facebook and Twitter with Mohenjo Daro or Priest King’s photo for showing sympathy.
Blind fascism and police culture.

I am pretty sure this is a land dispute rather than honor killing phenomena present in Pakistan.
 

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