Indian Parliament concerned over Minorities in Pakistan, May take Action!

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  1. JAISWAL

    JAISWAL Senior Member Senior Member

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    NEW DELHI:: Cutting across party lines,
    members in the Rajya Sabha on
    Monday expressed concern over fear
    and insecurity under which minorities,
    particularly the Hindus and the Sikhs,
    live in Pakistan and asked the government to take up the issue with
    Islamabad. Some of them wanted the government
    to take up the issue at international
    fora like the United Nations. The matter
    of atrocities on minorities in Pakistan
    and killings of some Hindus recently
    was raised during Zero Hour by Avinash Rai Khanna (BJP). He was supported by
    a number of members from various
    political parties associating themselves
    with the issue. Khanna said Pakistan's Human Rights
    Commission in its recent report had
    pointed out such atrocities on
    minorities including Hindus, Sikhs and
    Christians, whose property and life
    were not secure in that country. The BJP members said many Hindu families
    from Pakistan had been camping in
    Amritsar, Jalandhar, Rajpura and Khanna
    for quite some time, refusing to return
    home despite expiry of their visas. They
    are seeking Indian citizenship. He said the Indian government was not doing
    any thing in support of minorities in
    Pakistan. "The government has not
    spoken a word in their support," he
    said. S S Ahluwalia (BJP) joined his colleague
    and asked the government to take up
    the matter with the United Nations. M S
    Gill (Cong) too urged the government to
    take up the issue seriously. Several
    other members both from the treasury and the Opposition benches joined
    them.

    The Times of India on Mobile
     
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  3. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Nothing will come about on this issue.

    We shall continue to light candles at Wagah!
     
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    no sympathy for those who were showing smartness of their own by having secured their properties in pakistan. now they neither have property nor livelihood and soon no life too.
    if they come in masses re-enacting 1947, then only i think seriousness can be raised in international arena hence giving some points to India over the matter and pakistan( this will be their payback for siding with our enemy)
     

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