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Prem Nagar “The Village of Love” a famous Hindu fort to be returned to Sikhs in Khost

KHOST: Prem Nagar “The Village of Love” is a famous Hindu fort, which had been usurped by powerful people in the country’s eastern province of Khost will be returned to Hindus and Sikhs in that province, the provincial police office said in a statement Monday. “The fort is the ancestral home of Hindus and Sikhs, but it has been usurped by gunmen and usurpers and the fort’s owners ‘Hindus and Sikhs who still wear Pashtun clothes and all speak Pashto language’ were forced to leave their homeland Afghanistan,” the statement said. Meanwhile, some owners of the fort said that if our love ‘Prem Nagar’, property and assets are returned to us in Khost province, we will return to our beloved country of Afghanistan because this country was the homeland of our fathers and grandfathers and we were born and raised there and we love it, the statement quoted. Also, a large number of countrymen have asked the Islamic Emirate to return the fort to its owners. “Retiring the Prem Nagar “The Village of Love” to its owners will pave the ground for investment by its owners ‘Hindus and Sikhs’ in the province,” the statement quoted some countrymen as saying. Furthermore, according to the 2018 BBC report, Prem Nagar village was built on 52 acres of land. Recently, the provincial police officials have assured some Hindu countrymen that the Islamic Emirate is committed to return their rights and properties in the province. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.