In the school, the 16-year old Pakistani Hindu girl Madhu felt unsafe and unwanted and was not even seen as a proper human being. The Pakistani Hindu girl never had a happy day as even her teachers maintained distance from her and she was forced to use her hands to drink water as the glasses were not for her because she was a Hindu.
Then her family migrated to India from Pakistan’s Punjab and she had hoped that her worries would get over. But no such luck.
As per the report in ‘The Hindu,’ the Pakistani Hindu girl is not getting admission in class 9 for being overage by Indian standards and for not having requited documents. The family of the Pakistani Hindu girl says that they even left their transfer certificate in Pakistani. The girl’ss father died two years back and she came to India with her siblings, mother, maternal uncle and cousins.
The family of the Pakistani Hindu girl says that they even left her transfer certificate in Pakistan. The girl’s father died two years back and she came to India with her siblings, mother, maternal uncle and cousins.
She wants to study and now she has put her hopes in Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and a letter has been written to him for help after the aspiring student met social worker Ashok Agarwal of All India Parents Association who helped her in reaching the CM.
Many Pakistani Hindus are coming to India due to religious persecution, in Punjab Hindus hide their identities so as to face lesser hurdles but with terrorist organizations spreading their tentacles, now surviving even like this is impossible.
Pakistani Hindu man shot dead in Karachi
In another target killing, a 25-year old Hindu man named Shamo has been shot dead in Marwari area near the Lyari General Hospital. The bullets pierced his neck and he was shifted to the Lyari General Hospital where he died.
Pakistani Police are saying that he was involved in illegal activities but this cannot be independently verified.
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