Rangers take control of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine: SEHWAN: The Pakistan Rangers Sindh on Thursday took control of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar temple after a clash erupted in between authorities as well as fans over closure of shrine by authorities amid Covid-19 3rd wave.
According to information, the devotees who arrived from Punjab to go to yearly urs ended up being violent after they were prevented from entering the shrine for 769 yearly urs celebrations because of Covid-19 restrictions imposed by the Sindh government.
The angry people set numerous cars ablaze. The public additionally damaged the main door of the shrine.
Five cops were additionally wounded in the temple occurrence.
Following the strained scenario, Rangers took control of control of Sehwan’s Lal Shahbaz shrine.
In view of the 3rd wave of COVID-19 in the country, the Sindh Federal government yesterday introduced to close all temples in the district for 10 days while the yearly Urs of Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalandar was likewise canceled.
According to the Muslim lunar calendar, the annual urs began from 18 Shauban to 20 Shauban at Sehwan. The urs was terminated in 2015.