Nitish visits Mohenjodaro, Sadho Belo temple

Patna,(BiharTimes): After paying tributes to Mohammad Ali Jinnah at his tomb and participating in a seminar in Karachi on Saturday Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday visted ruins of Mohenjodaro and an ancient temple where he addressed a Hindu panchayat.

“I have brought a message of peace, love and brotherhood from India,” Nitish said. He stressed on more cooperation and coordination between the two countries.

The 11-member delegation led by him visited the historical Sadho Belo temple near Sukkur in north Sindh, the Indus valley civilization ruins of Mohenjodaro near Larkana and Garhi Khuda Baksh which is the ancestral home of the Bhutto family in Larkana.

After his trip of the Mohenjodaro he said it had reinforced his belief that Pakistan and India share so many common values and culture that they need to work closely together in the region.

Speaking at a gathering of Hindu Panchayat during his visit to Sadhu Bela temple he said that India and Pakistan shared many common values and if exchange of dialogue is constant, it might improve relationship between the two countries. He also prayed at this historical temple. Nitish said that the Sadho Bela temple was a sacred place for Hindus of Pakistan and India and represented hope for everyone.




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