The Rajasthan government has granted Indian citizenship to 34 Pakistani migrant Hindus living in 3 districts in Rajasthan. Recently, additional chief secretary (home) Rajeeva Swarup has informed that in the month of June, 34 Pakistani Hindu migrants were granted citizenship by the government. Read more »
Eight Hindus from Pakistan and Bangladesh, currently residing in Maharashtra, were granted Indian citizenship certificates by MoS, Home (Urban) Ranjeet Patil on Wednesday. Read more »
Hindu refugees coming from Pakistan should never be sent back to that country, they should be provided basic amenities and they should be given citizenship of India were the demands made through a memorandum submitted by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) to the City Magistrate of Agra, Mr. K. P. Singh. Read more »
All she wants is to study and become a police officer but 16-year-old Madhu’s dreams were shattered when a government school in Delhi denied her admission. Her fault ? she is a Hindu refugee from Pakistan. Read more »
Ran Singh is one among these 400 refugees and has been hoping that once the Aadhaar cards are issued to them, the displaced families can apply for jobs and have access to education and other facilities like any other Indian citizen. Read more »
“I got married in August 2001. I have a schoolgoing daughter. My four sisters and brothers, who came with me, are married and settled here. We now want citizenship rights. If citizenship can be granted to Pakistani singer Adnan Sami, why not us,” asks Falak Ram.
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A study shows how non-Muslim Pakistanis are forced to leave their homes, jobs, businesses, and even extended families to save their lives. The most commonly reported migration is of the Hindu community in Sindh leaving for India. Read more »
The ashes of thousands of Hindus, placed in small clay pitchers and covered with red and white clothes, are gathering dust in various towns of Pakistan. Read more »
More than 400 Hindu families from Pakistan who are living in Gujarat today attended a camp held by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs and the district collector’s office at Ahmedabad. Read more »
The additional Secretary of Home Ministry B. K. Prasad stated that the Central Government was actively examining cases of people who have come from Pakistan for getting long-term VISA and speedily processing their application for Indian citizenship. Read more »
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