PESHAWAR: The police have prevented Christian people group individuals from holding administration in chapels set up in private quarters in Abbottabad city over security reasons.
Authorities said the religious administration was restricted in six unapproved private mixes, which were utilized as places of worship. They said the choice was taken in the wake of assault on a congregation in Quetta on Christmas.
An authority of the cantonment police headquarters of Abbottabad said sees had been issued to the nearby Christian populace that possibly they ought to appropriately enroll brief temples with the Auqaf division or hold benefit in the enlisted and assigned places of worship.
The authority said the mixes were at first contracted as private quarters where they had begun holding religious administration. “In each of the six spots, no less than 100 to 200 individuals assembled for benefit without educating the police,” he stated, including the choice had been assessed security of the admirers.
He said there were three enrolled places of worship in the fundamental town, where police had given 24-hour security.
Whenever reached, Joseph John, the minister accountable for St John’s Cathedral, Peshawar, likewise bolstered the police activity and said under the law the concerned group should enlist the religious spots with the specialists under the organization law. He said the six spots where benefit was prohibited were not enrolled.