Pakistani Hindus vow to approach global forums against killing of 11 Pakistanis in India
ISLAMABAD: Patron-In-Chief of Pakistan Hindu Council Dr Ramesh Kumar on Wednesday said he would approach all international forums to get justice for the bereaved families of 11 Pakistani Hindus, who were brutally killed in India.
While talking to reporters outside Islamabad High Court on Wednesday, he said that killing of 11 Pakistani Hindus in India’s Jodhpur has exposed New Delhi’s Citizenship Amendment Act and it clearly vindicated that there was no space for minorities in India.
He strongly condemned the verdict pertaining to the Babari Mosque of India’s Lucknow court and said it shows their level of discrimination towards minorities.
On Sept 26, Pakistani Hindu community led by Patron-in-Chief Pakistan Hindu Council Dr Ramesh Kumar had 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 had demanded from India to involve Pakistan for ensuring fair and transparent investigation into Jodhpur tragedy.
Addressing the participants of the sit-in, Kumar had said the Indian government was working against the ideology of Hindu religion.