Despite the best attempt of the left-liberal gang in Bharat to keep a lid on it, the brutal persecution of Pakistani Hindus is now finally getting heard across the world, and most importantly within a minuscule section of Pakistan as well.
A 3 minute video has now appeared, made by a Pakistani group ‘Mishermayl Productions’. It talks about how Hindus in Pakistan face a plethora of problems in their day to day functioning, especially those in South Punjab. It highlights the problem of forced conversions and marriage faced by Pakistani Hindus.
(Video archived here)
There are many in Bharat who believe that Pakistani society is similar to ours, and that we could live like brothers only if the politicians on both sides end their differences.
The ‘Aman ki Asha’ lobby wants us to believe that people-to-people contact & cultural ties will melt away the ‘wrong perceptions nurtured on both sides.’ The lobby stresses that hate-mongers exist in both countries, but while they vocally criticize ‘Hindu extremists’ in Bharat, they never speak about the vice-like grip Islamists have on Pakistani society.
An Om Puri goes to Pakistan and laments the death of Mohammed Akhlaq as a blot on Indian society – he even goes to the extent of saying that, “he would move to Pakistan if he felt threatened by extremists in India.” Naseeruddin Shah laps up the adoration of the literary-arts circuit in Karachi and Lahore (probably 0.001% of Pakistani population) to declare that Bharat should stop ‘bullying’ Pakistan and that “Indians are being brainwashed into believing Pakistan to be the enemy country without being aware of the historical background.”
But when was the last time you heard a leading voice from Pakistan or their track-2 counterparts in elite Bharatiya society talk about the plight of Hindu girls in Pakistan who are routinely abducted, converted and forcefully married, with the tacit approval of the Pakistani state? Do names like Rinkle Kumari, Kajal Bheel, Anjali Meghwar etc. even ring a bell with these celebrity activists?
How can these celebrities remain oblivious to the thousands of Bharatiya lives lost in the decades long proxy war and death-by-a-1000-cuts jihadi terror unleashed by Pakistan’s ISI & Army? Or the greatest genocide since the holocaust, when up to 3 million Bengalis, most of them Hindus, were murdered in erstwhile East Pakistan in 1971? An article in Time magazine dated 2 August 1971, stated “The Hindus, who account for three-fourths of the refugees and a majority of the dead, have borne the brunt of the Muslim military hatred.”
Then there is the urban yuppie and the mercantile class in Bharat – they don’t care about politics, border disputes, history or ‘extremists’. They would rather lead their lives in peace, and worry about MNC jobs, pub-hopping, shopping sprees and weekend getaways. They worry about how ‘rising Hindutva’ will impact their economic prospects, and can’t fathom why the ‘crude nationalists’ mix sports & movies with politics to deny people the spectacle of an India-Pakistan cricket series or prevent actors like Fawad Alam, Mahira Khan from acting in Bollywood. They agree with NDTV, CNN and BBC and polished secular politicians like Mani Shankar Aiyer that Pakistan is a victim of terror just like us, and that ‘talks’ can resolve all differences between the two nations.
It is said that you can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time. The time has now come for Hindus of Bharat to not be fooled about the reality of the Islamic republic of Pakistan, notwithstanding what our intelligentsia, celebrities and politicians have to say.
We just need to listen to the unfiltered voice of the Hindu of Pakistan.
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