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Jammu: A meeting of Anjuman-e-Imamia Jammu was held at its head office on Friday wherein the members condemned vandalization of religious places by miscreants in Madhya Pradesh.While addressing meeting, Prof Sujat Khan, General Secretary Anjuman said that on behalf of society in general and Muslim community in particular, the Anjuman condemned the act wherein a mosque has been vandalised by some miscreants in MP. “We appeal to the Government to identify culprits and book them under law at the earliest. We urged people to maintain brotherhood and not to get carried away by such incidents, as same are done by some elements at behest of few politicians having vested interests,” he asserted.Prof Sujat Khan further added that a historic Hindu temple in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province Pakistan was vandalised by an unruly mob on Wednesday following some dispute. “We appeal to the Govt that such acts should be highlighted on international platform as every minor community, whether in Pakistan or India, should be given proper security,” he said, urging people to maintain communal harmony and it is our duty to maintain brotherhood.
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