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Pakistani Hindus stage protest in New Dehli

New Delhi: Bajrang Dal (Youth Wing of VHP) Delhi State along with who are living in camps in Delhi today demonstrated at United Nation (UN) office located at Lodhi Estate, New Delhi demanding that membership of Pakistan in General Council of UN should be revoked because none of the religious minorities groups especially Pakistani Hindus are safe in Pakistan’s mainland. Addressing the protestors Shri Neeraj Danoria Bajrang Dal State In charge said that Hindus in Pakistan especially in the province of sindh are living in constant threat to their live and property and Pakistani government is doing nothing to protect its citizen so its membership in UN should be revoked.

Speaking at the protest Shri Manish Rai Co-Spokesperson VHP (Delhi State) said Pakistan Hindus are living in very pathetic conditions especially in the areas of sindh like Karachi and Hyderabad. He said Hindus not only face a danger to their life and property but they have to compromise their honour also as their daughters, sisters, and daughter in laws are forcefully kidnapped and are converted to Islam and Pakistani state establishment is just a mute spectator of all this. Shri Rai also said that soon our delegation will meet the officials of foreign ministry and we will demand Government of India to take up this issue with their counter parts in Islamabad and if Pakistan government cannot ensure safety of Pakistani Hindus then we should break all the diplomatic and trade relations with them. Many State Office bearers of VHP and Bajrang Dal were present at the protest including –Shiv Kumar Bajrang Dal state president, Brijmoham Sethi State Vice president VHP.

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