Haridwar, a group of Hindu devotees from Karachi, Pakistan, has reached the riverbank of Ganga for their holy bathing and visiting temples.
|| Anjan Kumar Samal
They said that the Indian government should show sympathy in giving visas to the Hindus of Pakistan. The difficulties they face for visas should be simplified.
On the question of CAA, they called it loud and clear that it is merely a game of politics.
All the Hindu devotees from Pakistan said that they are very happy in Pak. They have no problem there.
They further claimed that said that the talk of exploitation of Hindu families in Pakistan is baseless and since the formation of Pakistan, their families have been living there. They further argued that people of all religions are not the same as all of them join together in each other’s festivals and family celebrations.
They also claimed that merely some anti-social people do the work of mixing poison in mutual relationships of Hindus and Muslims due to shine their political career.
The batch of 44 Hindu pilgrims from the new Haji Camp area of Sultanabad, Karachi, reached a hospice in Kankhal on Saturday evening. After reaching the Bagha border, they traveled to Haridwar by bus from Amritsar.
Neelam Solanki, one of the Hindu Devotees from Pakistan urged, “The government of India should give visas to us without any intervention of Middle man to come to India.”
The group clarified that there is no such thing as the exploitation of Hindus as to date nothing has happened to anyone in their cities in Pakistan.
“Hindus are also given jobs in all departments except the army.” Claimed by Mukesh Shankar, a Pakistani Hindu devotee.