The Foreign Office spokesperson rejected the Indian statement on the damage to the dome from the storm at Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib and said that the dome was repaired within 24 hours.
In a statement issued by Foreign Office spokeswoman Aysha Farooqi, responding to media queries regarding the damage caused to a few domes in Gurdwara Kartar Purasheb, she said the damage was caused by a severe thunderstorm.
He said the damage to the domes had occurred on the night of April 17, which has been repaired.
The spokesman said that "the repair work was completed within 24 hours, the Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (PSGPC) and the Sikh community appreciated the efforts to repair the damage to the domes."
He said that Sikh communities in Pakistan and around the world pay tribute to Pakistan's efforts to enable Kartarpur transit.
It may be recalled that the work of Kartarpur Sahib, the world's largest Gurdwara, was completed last year in a record time of just one year, which is a gift from the Government of Pakistan to the Sikh community.
The Kartarpur Passage was inaugurated last year on the occasion of the 550th day of Baba Groninak, a landmark decision made by the Pakistani government, which is a great demonstration of respect for the religious sentiments of the Sikh community worldwide.
Referring to the questions raised by India, Aysha Farooqi said that the domes had already been repaired before the Indian statement.
The Foreign Office spokesman said: "It is surprising that a country where religious minorities do not consider themselves safe and where their synagogues are being permanently destroyed under state patronage but they are naturally at a slight disadvantage to the religious place. Raises questions'.
"It is better for India to take effective measures to safeguard their minorities and their places of worship, rather than expressing concern over the rights of minorities elsewhere," she said.
He said that Pakistan is well aware of the safety of its minorities and there is great respect for the minorities in the country.
Ayesha Farooqi said that the white color in our flag is an explanation of the representation of minorities in Pakistan and means that this country belongs to them like any other people.
India has internal issues regarding the rights of minorities in India, so it is better than India's focus on them, the Foreign Office said.