As long as the religious complexion of these ethnic minorities remained Hindu and Sikh, considered to be a major curse against them, being law abiding citizens of the newly formed Islamic State was not enough. Read more »
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Indore (Madhya Pradesh) : The number of Pakistani Hindus migrating to Indore is on the rise. This year, around 1,000 Pakistani Hindus have migrated to Indore and few hundreds have taken shelter in Bhopal and Gwalior. Read more »
Dozens of Pakistani Hindu pilgrims seeking political asylum in India staged a protest outside Rajasthan’s state legislature on Friday, according to the BBC Urdu Service. Read more »
Jaipur (Rajasthan) : Thousands of Pakistani Hindu migrants living in the State for the past several years without any valid documents are once again hopeful of getting Indian citizenship Read more »
A large number of Hindus – a part of a group of about 200 Hindus from Pakistan – who crossed over to India recently do not want to return. Many of them are prepared to stay back in India and subsequently seek citizenship of India. Read more »
Jammu & Kashmir: Over 50,000 Hindu families who fled Pakistan to escape the 1947 partition violence have spent over 60 years in Jammu and Kashmir but they are still widely seen as outsiders. Read more »
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