- The festival of Prakash Parv Deepawali was celebrated by Hindus all over the world with great pomp on Thursday.
- From US President Joe Biden to many veteran leaders of the world congratulated Diwali
- During this, the Chief Minister of Sindh of Pakistan was badly surrounded by congratulating Holi on Diwali.
The festival of Deepawali, the festival of light, was celebrated by Hindus and people of other religions all over the world with great pomp on Thursday. From US President Joe Biden to many veteran leaders of the world, congratulations on Diwali. During this, the Chief Minister of Sindh, the most Hindu populated province of Pakistan, was badly surrounded by congratulating Holi on Diwali. Later he realized his mistake and deleted his post.
A message congratulating Holi was posted from the Twitter account of the Chief Minister of Sindh province. The picture of Sindh CM Murad Ali was visible in this post and Holi greetings were written on it. After this the CM of Sindh started trolling badly on Twitter. A large number of people started questioning the negligence of the CM of the Pakistani province. After this Murad Ali and his team realized the mistake and deleted the post.
41 lakh 80 Hindus live in Sindh province
Murtaza Solangi, a senior journalist from Pakistan, tweeted a screenshot of this post, ‘Sindh province has the largest number of Hindus in Pakistan. There are many areas where Hindus are in majority. It is very sad that the staff of CM House of Sindh does not know the difference between Deepawali and Holi. It is very sad.’ On the post being deleted, Mortaza said that the post was deleted without apologizing. This is not a mistake but a huge mistake. The mistake is made by an individual and not by an organization.’
Let us tell you that Sindh province in Pakistan has the largest Hindu population and is reportedly second in number to the followers of Hinduism in this area. According to the census conducted in the year 2017, 41 lakh 80 Hindus live in Sindh province, which is 8.73 percent of the total population there. In Sindh province itself, many famous Hindu temples such as Rampir Temple, Umarkot Shiva Temple and others are present in the area.