Homes of Hindu tribals burnt down by Muslims in Pakistan’s Sindh

The condition of Hindu minorities in Pakistan is only deteriorating by the day. Hindupost had already reported how minorities are suffering in Pakistan during this Covid-19 pandemic. Not just are Hindus being denied rations but attacks on Hindus are on the rise as well. Houses of poor Hindus being burnt down to drive them away and grab their land has become a common tactic.

As per the latest news from Sindh, Muslims have once again attacked and burnt down houses of Hindus – over half a dozen such incidents have been recorded during the Covid19 pandemic alone. The mob did not even spare women and children. The assault took place in Hala located in Matiari district of Sindh. Men, women and children have been badly injured in this incident. All the victims belong to the Bheel community. Bheels are tribals who have been residing in the region since the Indus-Saraswati Valley civilization.

Sindh has been the epicentre of violence against Hindus for a long time now. Abduction, rape and forceful conversion of Hindu minor girls, assault on Hindus and destruction of their properties has been going on unabated. Repeated appeals to the Pakistan government to ensure the protection of minorities have gone unheeded.

The entire international community has watched mutely as such atrocities are routinely carried out against Hindus in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh. UN human rights commission and biased pro-evangelical bodies like USCIRF have utterly failed in their duties. Bharat alone has to stand up for these persecuted, voiceless people, regardless of what the anti-CAA traitors within the country say. The situation has reached a stage where each such atrocity against Hindus in Pakistan must elicit a military response from Bharat.

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