Picture Courtesy and Source: Asia Pacific
Picture Courtesy and Source: Asia Pacific

Pakistani minorities have strongly condemned the new Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), which discriminates against Muslims. As They are very happy and free in Pakistan socially and economically much better situation then Indian Muslims.

Situation of Hindu community in Pakistan:

Pakistani minorities have strongly condemned the new Citizenship Amendment because factually Pakistani Hindus specially are on major and important positions in Pakistan, such as Civil judges, Doctors, Engineers, Parliamentarians, National and Provincial assembly members, Excise and Taxation Ministries, Writers, Film Makers etc. Unlike India where Muslims were killed in mob lynching when they eat cow’s meat also Muslims cannot live in those places or communities where Hindu are majority.

Situation of Muslims community in India:

Few months ago major Bollywood stars returned there National Awards back to India for intolerance rises against Muslims of India and many Muslims are seeking asylum in Pakistan due to there genocide by Hindu Cow Saving Army (Gao Rakshak).

Twenty four members of India’s film fraternity, including senior filmmakers like Saeed Mirza, Kundan Shah have returned their national awards, registering their protests.

Also the Babri Masjid was demolished by hindu RSS terorists and those culprits are freed by courts on the direction of PM Modi and now Ram Mandir will be built on the same place as per court decision.

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Indian fake claim of persecution of Hindu in Pakistan was exposed:

Few weeks ago, Pakistan also rejected the allegations of persecution of its minorities by presenting very strong facts and said India’s claim that the population of Hindus in the Muslim-majority country has drastically declined was “incorrect”.

“Pakistan categorically rejects, once again, the Indian Government and senior BJP leadership’s baseless allegations of persecution of minorities in Pakistan and the factually incorrect claims that population of religious minorities in Pakistan has declined from 23% in 1947 to 3.7% in 2011,” the Foreign Office (FO) said in a statement.

It said that “India quoted the 1941 Census data but “deliberately and mischievously” omitted references to two major subsequent developments, including mass migration during the partition and separation of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh)”.

Pakistani minorities have strongly condemned the new Citizenship Amendment:

According to the report of Express Tribune “Not only Pakistani Sikhs but the entire Sikh community in the world, including those in India, also condemn this move,” said Gopal Singh, leader of the Baba Guru Nanak.

“The Sikh community is a minority both in India and Pakistan. Being a member of a minority, I can feel the pain and the fears of the Muslim minority [India]. This is simply persecution,” he said.

Singh urged Modi not to push minorities “back to the wall.”

Anwar Lal Dean is a Christian member of the Pakistani parliament’s upper house or Senate and he mentioned that the law is meant to pitch religious communities against each other.

“Pakistan’s Hindu community unanimously rejects this bill, which is tantamount to dividing India on communal lines,” Raja Asar Manglani, patron of the Pakistan Hindu Council, told Anadolu Agency.

“This is a unanimous message from Pakistan’s entire Hindu community to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A true Hindu will never support this legislation,” he said.

According to report published in Gulf News Reverend Johan Qadir, a Sharjah-based Pakistani Christian community leader, said that the Pakistani Christian community also rejected the new Citizenship Amendment Bill. “We, the Christians of Pakistan, are not at all interested in taking refuge in India. I must say that the Modi’s citizenship bill does not favor the minorities at all as it is discriminatory and against basic human rights.”

Pakistani PM Imran Khan also tweeted and condemned the citizen ship bill which is against the Muslims of India.

According to report published in Gulf News Dileep Kumar, a Dubai-based Pakistani Hindu, said: “The law from India is totally against [the] spiritual norms of humanity and Sanatana dharma.” Sanatana dharma is term used in Hinduism to denote the  set of duties or religiously ordained practices incumbent upon all Hindus, regardless of class, caste or sect.

“As humans, we cannot discriminate, irrespective of any religious followings. We do not want [the] Muslims of India to face terror. We condemn the law as religious persecution is unacceptable to [the] Hindus of Pakistan,” Kumar added.

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