As per an Indian news source, most Hindu sanctuaries were infringed by Muslims after the Partition and transformed into madrassas or cafés, toy stores, and so on. Be that as it may, presently the Pakistani government will reestablish and recovering the sanctuaries to the Hindu people group.
The procedure is set in the first place two noteworthy holy places in Peshawar, with the Gorakhnath Temple, and in Sialkot, with the multi year old Shivalaya Teja Singh. The Shivalaya place of worship has been empty since 1992 when a crowd assaulted during the Babri mosque destruction; in any case, that may change soon.
As per an ongoing government gauge, 11 sanctuaries in Sindh, 4 in Punjab, 3 in Balochistan and 2 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were operational in 2019.