Islamabad : The Supreme Court ordered the immediate completion of the construction of the temple in Karak District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, preventing the Hindu community from interfering.
A hearing was held in the Supreme Court on the suo motu notice related to Karak Samadhi.
During the hearing, Advocate General Khyber Pakhtunkhwa said that the contractor was about to start work when Hindu community leader Ramesh Kumar stopped the contractor.
Ramesh Kumar said that the contractor who was awarded the contract for the construction of Samadhi did not have the capacity to complete it.
The Supreme Court directed to complete the construction work of Karak Samadhi as soon as possible and said that the Chief Secretary should ensure that the construction of Samadhi was not delayed.
The court restrained the Hindu community from interfering in the construction work and ordered that the construction of the samadhi be completed in six months.