Sunday, April 17, 2011

Human Rights Commission of Pakistan: worse times ahead for Hindus and Sikhs

Indian Express reported this here. The report overlooks one thing i.e Hindus and Sikhs may not exist in Pakistan in future. The population of religious minorities in Islamic nations is always in continuous decline yet, not one politically correct intellectual will ever admit to it. As for report of 'the worst times ahead for few remaining Hindus in Pakistan', it does not give actual picture of religious minorities were always targeted for violence and faced discrimination with the the Muslims favorite method of humiliating non Muslims by kidnapping and raping infidel women.

For those who can perceive, history (look at Afghanistan and Turkey) and all this proves Islam simply refusing to treat non Muslims as decent human beings.

Can Indians do anything on this horrible condition of Hindus and Sikhs? Rest assured that present Govt. and establishment of pseudo intellectuals, pseudo secularists, leftists and liberals will consider this humanitarian measure a massive and unwanted risk that could strengthen Hindu right wing forces; they are very much ready to embrace Islamic organizations with Taliban like ideology for the sake of their narrow interests and ideological beliefs.

Over the time, some parts of India - Assam and West Bengal - will witness the process of Islamization with Hindus being uprooted from their own lands by Muslim migrants from Bangladesh; this effort at Islamization is already underway in many places in West Bengal but do not ever expect politicians and media to speak against it.

Agencies Posted online: Fri Apr 15 2011, 15:21 hrs
Islamabad: The previous year was a bad one for Pakistan's minority communities including Muslims of various sects, Sikhs and Hindus due to threat to their lives by militants, according to a new report which suggested even worse times ahead.

The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan's report said 418 Muslims of various sects were killed in terror attacks and about 25 per cent of Sikh families in the Orakzai tribal area were forced to leave their homes due to threats from Taliban.

It said 500 Hindu families from Balochistan province migrated to India due to threats to their lives and security.

The "State of Human Rights in 2010" report, which detailed attacks on the minorities, said: "All indications suggest that there are even worse times ahead."

The report said 418 people were killed in violence against different minority Muslim sects while suicide attacks on Muslims injured 628 people, including Shias.

Sikhs living in Pakistan's northwestern areas for centuries had to face trying times after the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan asked them to pay 'jiziya' (a religious tax) or leave the area.

Around 25 of the 102 Sikh families living in Orakzai Agency were forced to flee their homes.

They were able to return after the military carried out an operation against the militants.

A total of 500 Hindu families from Balochistan in southwest Pakistan migrated to India because of threats to their lives and security, the report said.

According to Balochistan's director of the Federal Human Rights Ministry, at least 27 Hindu families from the province had sought asylum in India because of threats, It added.

The minority Ahmedi sect, which was declared non-Muslim through a constitutional amendment in 1974, lost 99 members to faith-based violence, the report said.

The report further said 64 people were charged under the controversial blasphemy law in 2010 and many of them were imprisoned.

A Muslim and two Christian men accused of blasphemy were killed in police custody, it said.......

1 comment:

siva said...

It is frightening to read from your blog then truth is always bitter. I just feel like banging my head to a wall to subdue my anger.

Did you read the PM statements on relations between Pakistan and India? This is reported by entire media. Never in India, media and government have allied like now, they do.