'Human rights of Hindus in Pakistan are being violated'

'Human rights of Hindus in Pakistan are being violated' - Sakshi Post

Indore: Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, a voluntary organisation based outside the country, on Thursday expressed concern about the blatant violation of the human rights of the minority Hindu community in Pakistan.

The condition of Hindus is not good in Pakistan. Their human rights are being violated, HSS international Convenor Soumitra Gokhle told reporters on the sidelines of Vishwa Sangh Shivir (World Sangh Camp) here.

Hindus are living in abject poverty in some districts of that country, he claimed. On the intolerance debate in the country, Gokhle said that people abroad were wondering about the need of such a row in India.

Gokhle said intolerance was like two sides of a coin, i.e. if some people felt that intolerance was growing, others felt otherwise. Meanwhile, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan visited the camp and interacted with the participants.

Bhagwat is scheduled to address the concluding session of the 6-day camp on January 2. Around 700 representatives of Sangh Parivar from 45 countries are participating in the camp.


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