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A deafening silence over Hindu genocide in Pakistan

“Global Watch | A deafening silence over Hindu genocide in Pakistan”, First Post, July 20, 2023:

“The destruction of Hindu temples in Pakistan over the last few days and the inertia of the Pakistani state have gone unnoticed in the world. Hindus in Pakistan, a dwindling minority, are the facing a genocide. And the world is quiet about it.

In 1947, minorities, which primarily comprised Hindus, constituted 23 per cent of Pakistan’s population. Today they are less than three per cent of their population. The Hindu population stands at around 2.2 million, comprising 1.18 per cent of the total population.

And this hapless Hindu population is subjected to loot, rapes, religious conversions and targeted killings. There were more than 300 Hindu temples in Pakistan when it was formed in 1947, at present their number is 20 and even they are in dilapidated condition and constantly under threat of demolition or being taken over by the radical Muslims with support of Pakistan…..”

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