Hindu community demands from India to involve Pakistan to ensure fair probe into Jodhpur tragedy
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani Hindu community led by Patron-in-Chief Pakistan Hindu Council Dr Ramesh Kumar has adopted a resolution against India over Jodhpur tragedy, before calling off the sit-in protest in front of the diplomatic enclave in Islamabad.
The resolution demanded from India to involve Pakistan for ensuring fair and transparent investigation into Jodhpur tragedy.
Addressing the participants of the sit-in, Kumar said the Indian government was working against the ideology of Hindu religion.
He said the Hindu community was in shock after tragic incident of Jodhpur where eleven Pakistani Hindus were killed in mysterious way.
The resolution asked to revoke Citizenship Amendment Bill, recently passed in India, terming it an abuse of human rights and controversial.
It said the case of Samjhota Express must also be opened for providing justice to the innocent victims.
It also expressed solidarity with brothers and sisters living in the Indian Illegally Occupied Kashmir and demanded an end to human rights violations there.
The Pakistan Hindu Council has now called off its sit-in staged in front of Indian High Commission in Islamabad.