Hindu doctor murdered in Pakistan

Disturbing news about a Hindu doctor being murdered is coming in from Pakistan. Dr. Lal Chand Bagari of Tando Allahyar, Sindh province had his throat slit with a sharp tool as per information posted by several trusted social media handles of Pakistan.

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While the immediate cause of this murder is not known, such attacks on the minority Hindu community, including businessmen, teachers, doctors etc. – are quite common. A few years back,  Dr. Pritam Das Lakhwani was shot dead late at night while he was working in his clinic ‘Bismillah Clinic’ in Karachi – his shaken family decided to emigrate to Bharat, and one can read the painful story in the words of Dr. Lakhwani’s daughter here.

Last year, veterinarian doctor Ramesh Kumar was targeted by Islamists in Mirpur Khas, Sindh over a trumped up blasphemy charge. Cases of Hindu businessmen, teachers and others being targeted through the draconian blasphemy law are routine in Pakistan.

Meanwhile, the most common form of persecution, the abduction and sexual slavery of minor Hindu girls continues unabated.

It may boggle the mind, but there was a time just 7-8 years back when an influential lobby in Bharat consisting of Bollywood stars, academics, editors, politicians and assorted artists had ensured ‘uninterrupted and uninterruptible’ dialogue and engagement with Pakistan, thus offering this Nazi-like Islamic nation a facade of respectability while its radicalised populace set about eliminating Hindus and other minorities, apart from bleeding Bharat with terror strikes.

We have a long way since, and CAA has offered some respite to beleaguered Pakistani Hindu refugees, but are still a long way off from ensuring that Pakistan and its apologists within Bharat pay for their crimes against humanity.


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