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Thursday, May 30, 2024

Assault and robbery: an everyday injustice on Pakistani Hindus

Pakistani Hindus face systemic and institutionalized persecution and discrimination, such as abduction-rape-forced conversion-marriage of minor Hindu girls,  frequent attacks on Hindu temples, demonization in education curriculum, bonded labor, untouchability, and antipathy of police and judiciary leading to denial of basic human rights.

Many cases of everyday crime against this minority community go unheard, such as violent robberies and thefts. Here are a few such crimes from Sindh province, where majority of Pakistani Hindus live, from recent weeks reported by Hindu activist Narain Das Bheel –

In Jacobabad, there was a brutal attack on Prem Kumar and his father, allegedly by Ali Gohar.

In Dad Road, Ghotki district, Mukesh Kumar was robbed by unknown persons.

In Sanghar district, near Sarwari of Perumal police station, Premon Meghwar was brutally beaten and robbed by Mustafa Junejo and 2 unknown accomplices. They stole PKR 20,000 and a bike, and left him for dead.

In Dera mor, Kashmore district, Pradeep’s shop was burglarized. The thieves escaped with valuables & cash worth PKR 2 lakhs.

In Tando Allahyar, a theft at Gian Chand’s shop at Nasarpur van stop saw clothes worth lakhs stolen. Incidents of theft & robbery continue to plague Nasarpur, with a minority trader tortured & robbed in Chambar recently.

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