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Threatened minorities in Pakistan
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Dear Editor,

This is sad that the minorities are feeling threatened in present Pakistan. Hindus in Pakistan too are feeling the heat and are uncertain about their future. Kidnapping, abduction and forcibly conversion have become a routine affair. Girls get forcibly married or just raped. Some children were killed for ransom while some were killed for no reason at all.

And recently, with the frequent abduction of Hindu girls, particularly in a supposedly progressive province like Sindh, their worst fears have started coming true that in an Islamic Pakistan the Hindus really had no place. They realize that if this can happen in Sindh, it can happen anywhere else in Pakistan. But the more shocking for the Hindus in Pakistan and particularly in Sindh is that the leaders belonging to Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), supposedly and relatively tolerant than other parties like PML, are at the forefront of forced conversion and abduction of the Hindu girls.

During the infamous abduction, conversion and forcible marriages of Rinkle Kumari along with two other girls, Asha Kumari and Lata Kumari, the name of a prominent PPP leader figured prominently as reported by Pakistani media. Shockingly, entire PPP leadership turned a blind eye to the entire episode. Another factor being attributed to their harassment is the local landlords who are mostly the supporters of PPP and hold lot of influence as the party is in power both in the province as well as at the Centre.

That is the reason that many Hindus who arrived in India in the recent past during the last few days for pilgrimage or visiting their relatives were not willing to go back. Majority of them were willing to die in India rather than go back to Pakistan.

In the past couple of months, a fresh batch of 350 migrants including 150 children and 90 women, arrived at Jodhpur. Statistics suggest that the largest number of Hindu migrants are in Rajasthan. According to a rough estimate, over 1,10,000 Hindu migrants from Pakistan have been living in Rajasthan since 1971. Both Congress and BJP gave promises and assured them of all help. Despite all the assurances they got nothing. Only NGOs are providing them some help. No government made any proper rehabilitation policy for them.

The only visible reason for this is that these migrants don’t constitute any vote bank in India. So they are of no use to politicians.

—Vishal Kumar Puri, Jammu
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News Updated at : Sunday, November 18, 2012
 
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