After Kartarpur Corridor, another gift from Pakistan has emerged for the Hindu community.
According to the details, Foreign Office spokesman Dr. Mohammad Faisal says that the Shivala Teja Singh temple in Sialkot has been restored after its complete renovation.
The opening ceremony of the temple was held last night, with over 200 people belonging to the Hindu community attended the inauguration, sources said.
According to Dr. Muhammad Faisal, Shivala Teja temple was repaired after 70 years while the purpose of the ceremony was to tell the world that Pakistan is a friendly country, the temple was inaugurated as per Hindu traditions.
Shivala Teja Singh temple is a 1000 years old Hindu temple in Sialkot a famous city of Punjab province of Pakistan.This is a Shiva Temple. The temple was closed and destroyed after the division of Subcontinent in 1947.
Now the local Hindu leaders including Amar Nath Randhawa and Ratan Lal Baghat have urged the Pakistan government to ensure the early repairing of the crumbling building of Shawala Teja Singh temple after 72 years on Friday 25, October 2019 by the Pandit Jashpal Bhagat.