Tribune News Service
New Delhi, July 4
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday met a delegation of Pakistan-origin refugees of the Hindu group and warranted them that long-term visas shall be offered to all of them to allow them to settle on this nation.
The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) President Manjinder Singh Sirsa who had led the delegation, claimed the peace of mind had come from Shah.
He mentioned the demand was for grant citizenship to households, who’ve come to India on vacationer/pilgrims/customer visa and need to cool down in India.
Sirsa mentioned these Pakistani Hindus had been pressured to depart Pakistan after the spiritual persecution. Some of them live on the banks of the Yamuna off a busy highway in makeshift tents and unplastered partitions with metallic roofs in north Delhi’s Majnu Ka Tilla space.
Some of them are well-educated however felt unsafe in Pakistan. Like the opposite minority communities, they too had been involved in regards to the safety and dignity of their members of the family, particularly younger daughters, mentioned Sirsa, including that Pakistani Hindus and all different minorities weren’t feeling secure in Pakistan.
The blasphemy and different legal guidelines are misused in Pakistan to arrest members of Hindu and Sikhs households.