The point-wise answers are:-
1. There are 1.2% Hindus in Pakistan. They are mainly residing at Tharparkar, Nagarparkar, Mithi, Umerkot, Jacobabad, and Karachi in Sindh. Some Hindus are also living in fur-flung areas of Baluchistan.
2. The old Hindu temples are in dilapidated condition in Pakistan. Only Hinglaj Mata Temple in Baluchistan and Katas Raj Temple in Pakistan Punjab are maintained minimally. Among the new Temples, Swami Narayan Temple in Karachi is properly maintained. These are maintained from the grants of Hindus of Pakistan and mainly from other countries.
3. No, Hindus and their Gods are denigrated, ridiculed and desecrated in Pakistan.
4. The percentage of Christians in Pakistan is 1.5%. They are mainly concentrated in Pakistan Punjab and Karachi.
5. Yes, there are some Churches in the major cities of Pakistan. These Churches are comparatively better-maintained with foreign funds.
6. Christians and marginally better than Hindus. But their condition is also fast deteriorating.
7. In addition, Pakistan has 0.1% Sikh and some hundred of Parsis. Sikhs are mainly staying at Dera Baba Nanak area of Pakistani Punjab and NWFP. Parsis are living in Parsi Colony of Karachi. But Pakistan are treating Ahmadias and Quadianis as followers of different religions. Even Shias are treated as minorities.
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