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Thursday, May 30, 2024

Beheading and Mass Conversion in Sindh: everyday atrocities on Pakistani Hindu

Pakistani Hindus are facing incessant attacks due to institutionalized persecution and systemic discrimination, tantamount to genocide. Abduction-rape-forced conversion-marriage of minor Hindu girls has become an everyday occurrence. Whereas the frequency of temple attacks, distortion of education curriculum, and antipathy of police and judiciary is so deep rooted that it all leads to gross denial of basic human rights for Hindus.

Many cases of everyday crime against Hindu minority community go unheard. Here are a few such crimes from Sindh province, where majority of Pakistani Hindus live, from recent weeks reported by Hindu activist Mahesh Vasu

In Mehrabpur, Sindh a poor Hindu laborer Sunil Das alias Thakur Marwari (40) has been brutally murdered by some unknown people. Sunil was returning home on a motorcycle when unknown attackers stole his money and motorcycle, and then brutally killed and beheaded him.

The locals and Hindu activists have reported this to the police and IG Sindh SSP Nowshero Feroze and requested him to arrest the killers immediately.

On Wednesday, February 7, over 100 Hindu families from Bheel community have been mass converted to Islam in Sultankot, Shikarpur, Sindh province of Pakistan in a program organized by family of Aga Ghulam Nabi Khan Pathaan, which seems to be an influential politically-connected family with links to ‘liberal’ PPP party led by Bhuttos.

While Bharat’s Western “allies” rail against us at every conceivable opportunity over our alleged ‘oppression of minorities’, and keep falsely branding us as an ‘authoritarian society’ in their rigged rankings, they hardly ever raise the issue of the ongoing genocide of Hindus and other minorities in Pakistan.

Hindu activist report that 50 Hindus of the Bhat community have just left their homes in Sindh for Bharat.

Sadly, the ordeal of these persecuted Pakistani Hindus doesn’t end even when they arrive in ‘secular’ India. They are mostly forced to live in cramped refugee camps where they struggle for basic amenities and have to run around for paperwork before they can earn a living or send their children to school. The many years long battle of the Adarsh Nagar refugee camp in New Delhi just to obtain an electricity connection, despite approaching various BJP MPs/ministers and bigwigs, is a case in point. The much-needed CAA law was introduced but has yet to be implemented by the Home Ministry – it seems to have gone into deep freeze after the Islamist rioting from Dec 2019 onwards, culminating in the Feb 2020 Delhi riots.

Yet, despite the largely terrible living conditions even in Bharat, these poor Hindu refugees at least have the safety of knowing that someone won’t barge into their home and abduct their daughter at gunpoint. For that alone, they are thankful to Bhagwan.

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  1. Why do the Islamists hate the Hindus?
    What do they gain from religious point of view by beheading a Hindu?
    Do such atrocities glorify their religion?
    Certainly not as true-Islam is non-violent.


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