“The heart-wrenching condition of Pakistani Hindu migrants after Jodhpur Administration demolished their camp”, Swarajyamag, May 1, 2023:
“Ramchand Bhil, 23, migrated to India from Pakistan four months ago. It was a gruelling two-day journey, followed by four more days on the road in various Indian cities, before he reached and settled on the outskirts of Jodhpur in Rajasthan.
Before permanently leaving his ancestral village in Sanghar district of Sindh province in Pakistan, Ramchand took a four-day pilgrim visa for his family of wife and two children, to visit the holy city of Haridwar in Uttar Pradesh.
The family then boarded a bus to cross the Wagah-Attari border and reach Amritsar city — a journey of more than 900 kilometre. They spent the night at a Dharmshala run by Durgiana temple, and travelled the next day in bus to reach Haridwar…..”
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