Press Release: Bajrangdal reaches UN office to protect Human rights of PAK Hindus on World Human rights day, Hindus Demonstrated at UN Office in India, gave memo New Delhi. December 10, 2012. On world Human rights day, the Pakistani Hindus in India lead by Vishwa Hindu Parishad(VHP) & Bajarang Dal today demonstrated before UN Office against violation of their human rights in Pakistan. Addressing the silent demonstrators the VHP state vice president shri Brij Mohan Sethi said that abduction, rapes, demotion of houses & temples and large scale forced religious conversions are the common atrocities being faced by Pak Hindus. They have been forced to live like an animal and brutally being killed at many places. At many places in Pakistan they have only three options either accept Islam or leave Pakistan otherwise killed, he added. The demonstrators also submitted a memorandum to this effect to the UN secretary General to save the Human rights. According to the media chief of VHP & Bajrang Dal shri Vinod Bansal, the memorandum addressed to the Secretary General UNO demanded immediate intervention to stop attacks and rehabilitate the members of the Hindu minority living in Pakistan, and those who have been forced out of their ancestral homeland from different provinces of Pakistan. Giving figures, the memo also high lighted that the religious minority of Hindus in Pakistani that was around 23% of total population in 1947, is drastically reduced to less than 2% today due to continuous state sponsored terror acts like abductions / kidnaps/rapes/ attacks on temples & lives etc. by Islamic zealots. Teenagers and temples are the soft targets of the Islamic fundamentals. Pak Hindus do not find the place even to cremate in Hindu rituals. They have only three options either to convert into Islam or to leave the country otherwise killed, Memo added. The demonstrators carrying play cards in their hands raised their voice to save human rights of PAK Hindus. Bajrang Dal team lead by its state convener Shri Shiv Kumar was joined by shri Neeraj doneria, Vishnu Gupta, Deepak Singh, Shyam Kumar, Satveer singh, Kishan Besoya, Harendra, Mukesh Sharma, Rakesh Gorkha and Prashant Patel also. Shri Sandeep Ahuja of Akhand Hindusthan Morcha and shri Om Sai Baba of Hindu Maha sabha were also took part in the demonstration. Around 25 Pak Hindu families now living the Bharat were also present. 20 year old young girl Jamuna said that we could not see any school in Pakistan because of bad eliments and compulsory Islamic education. Recalling her old memories with tears, a 70 year old lady Mrs Laxmi Devi said â€˜I could not recall that we have celebrated even Holi or Deepawali in last 40 years in Pakistan due to regular warnings & attacks by fundamentalsâ€™. We do not have the right even to cremate in Hindu ritual in PAK, she added. REGARDS
VINOD BANSAL (MEDIA CHIEF) VISHWA HINDU PARISHAD, DELHI M - 98109 49109 email@example.com
Published on Dec 10, 2012
Published on Dec 10, 2012
Bajrangdal reaches UN office to protect Human rights of PAK Hinduson World Human rights day, Hindus Demonstrated at UN Office in India, gave...