Hindu Forum Sweden raises human rights issues of Hindus of Pak & Bangladesh

Hindu Forum Sweden, Chitra Paul, Dr Lakhu Lohana, World Sindhi, Hindu persecution, Pakistan, Bangladesh

New York, May 4, 2016: Hindu Forum Sweden organized a seminar titled “The voice for the Voiceless” on 30th April, 2016 at Medborgerplasten 4, Stockholm.


The seminar  focused on  the global minority problems in the South Asia and the discussion panel focused on the dismal Hindu rights situation in Sindh, Baluchistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.

Dr Lakhu Luhana, the Chairman of the World Sindhi Congress (WSC), was the guest speaker and he strongly spoke about the rights of the Hindus in Pakistan.

Hindu Forum Sweden, Chitra Paul, Dr Lakhu Lohana, World Sindhi Congress, Hindu persecution, Pakistan, Bangladesh


Chitra Paul, the President of the Hindu Forum Sweden, presented a short slide presentation on the situation of the Hindus in Bangladesh.

She also told the audience about the Hindu genocide and persecution and said that “over two million Hindus have been reported to have been killed in East Pakistan during the liberation war in 1971. Countless Hindu women were dishonoured and kidnapped during this period.”

The President of the Hindu Forum Sweden also said that 49 Million Hindus have been ‘missing’ from 1947 but in Bangladesh nobody talks about this grave issue.

During the course of the discussion Hindu Forum Sweden also said that the political and religious violence and the target killings against the Hindus and other minorities has become routine.

Not stopping at that The Hindu Forum Sweden unequivocally said that there existed no justice for Hindus and that the Hindus are facing genocide, terror, persecution, dishonour and atrocities in Bangladesh every day.

The forum also said that the selective killing of intelligentsia of the community such as the  Hindu judges, professionals, teachers, saint,  lawyers and civil servants in Bangladesh is being done to smash Hindu resistance.

The Hindu Forum Sweden also lamented that the human rights organisations like the Amnesty International have remained a silent spectator to this blatant ethnic cleansing of millions of Hindus.

In the first three month of the year 2016, more than 732 violation of human rights and the number of victims of this violence is about 9566.

Hindu Forum Sweden president Chitra Paul urged and drew global attention for the cause and hoped that together it can be sorted out.