The 43-year-old does not have any desire to come back to Pakistan as, as per him, minorities are dealt with gravely in the neighboring nation and ‘Hindus and Sikhs are murdered once a day’.
Delhi: Upset over the terrible treatment dispensed to minorities in Pakistan, a previous MLA from Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf (PTI) is attempting to look for shelter in India.
Baldev Kumar, a previous MLA from Barikot (saved) situate in Khyber Pakhtun Khwa (KPK) get together, arrived at India with his family on Monday. The 43-year-old does not have any desire to come back to Pakistan as, as per him, minorities are dealt with gravely in the neighboring nation and “Hindus and Sikhs are executed consistently”.
In 2016, a sitting MPA from his body electorate was killed and Kumar was accused of his homicide. He was absolved in 2018. Kumar said he was dishonestly blamed for the homicide and later vindicated because of absence of proof.
Mohajirs, Urdu-talking individuals who relocated from India to Pakistan during allotment, and Balochs have been blaming the Pakistani security organizations for taking part in human rights infringement against the minority networks.
On September 3, a Hindu young lady was purportedly kidnapped and changed over to Islam in Pakistan’s Sindh region, the second occurrence of constrained transformation in the Muslim-larger part nation inside seven days.
In July, the Sindh Assembly collectively passed a goals requesting that the act of constrained transformations and kidnappings of Hindu young ladies must be ceased and move be made against those engaged with such exercises.
The goals was received a long time after the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan in its yearly report in April raised worries about episodes of constrained transformations and relationships of Hindu and Christian young ladies, saying around 1,000 such cases were accounted for in the southern Sindh region alone a year ago.
Hindus structure the greatest minority network in Pakistan. As indicated by authority gauges, 75 lakh Hindus live in Pakistan. Be that as it may, as indicated by the network, more than 90 lakh Hindus are living in the nation.
Dominant part of Pakistan’s Hindu populace is settled in Sindh area where they offer culture, conventions and language with their Muslim colleagues.