Lahore: the Lahore High court on Monday questioned the maintainability of the petition against the construction of a Church in Islamabad.
Justice Abid Aziz Sheikh made the request and asked plaintiff to establish how this unreasonable petition in the Lahore High court, when the temple was built in Islamabad.
Territorial jurisdiction required that the plaintiff had appealed to the High court of Islamabad. The court adjourned the hearing until July 8, asking the plaintiff’s attorney to satisfy the first court on the maintainability question. Muhammad Akif, a resident of Gujrat, filed a petition that Pakistan was created in the name of Islam and the Constitution did not allow any action against the principles of Islam.
He argued that the Charter of the development Agency capital (CDA) do not have any funds for the construction of the temple. He argued that according to the Protocol of the election Commission, there were only 178 was Hindu citizens in Islamabad and new places of worship they had.
The applicant argued that the existing laws do not provide for the construction of new places of worship for non-Muslims. He asked the court to declare the construction of a Church in Islamabad unconstitutional and to keep the government from taking any action in this regard.
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