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Hindu pilgrims return to India

Hindu pilgrims return to India

LAHORE: Up to 124 Hindu pilgrims crossed over to Attari from Wagah on Wednesday after a seven-day visit to their religious places here. Led by Shiv Partab Bajaj, one delegation had a overnight stay at Gurdawara Dera Sahib in Lahore and departed for Katas village in Chakwal for their rituals at Katasraj, a complex of [...]

December 20, 2015 Guest Author Archives, News updates, Pakistan Comments Off on Hindu pilgrims return to India

`The day is not far when no Hindu will be left in Pakistan`

`The day is not far when no Hindu will be left in Pakistan`

New Delhi: The incidents of attack on Hindu temples by fanatics in Pakistan have been taking place for years. A number of temples have been torched, idols of Hindu gods damaged, religious books burnt. With a population of around seven million, Hindus form the largest religious minority group in Pakistan, which, at 195 million, is [...]

August 5, 2015 HHR Archives, Pakistan Comments Off on `The day is not far when no Hindu will be left in Pakistan`

Forced conversions torment Pakistan’s Hindus

Forced conversions torment Pakistan’s Hindus

Hyderabad, Pakistan – About two months ago, a Muslim businessman approached Dharmo Sochi and put a gun to his head, demanding his Hindu daughter’s hand in marriage.The businessman, Jameel Solangi, allegedly threatened the family with abduction and murder unless they acquiesced. Sochi’s 16-year-old daughter, Madhuri, had previously been harassed by Solangi but was too traumatised to [...]

June 6, 2015 HHR Pakistan Comments Off on Forced conversions torment Pakistan’s Hindus

Pakistani court set free 97 Hindu bonded labourers

Pakistani court set free 97 Hindu bonded labourers

A Pak court has set free 97 Hindus, including women and children, who had been kept as bonded labourers at a brick kiln in Pak’s Punjab province for the last four years. LAHORE: A Pakistani court has set free 97 Hindus, including women and children, who had been kept as bonded labourers at a brick [...]

May 20, 2015 HHR Articles, Pakistan Comments Off on Pakistani court set free 97 Hindu bonded labourers

Recovered Hindu teacher complains of pressure for conversion

Recovered Hindu teacher complains of pressure for conversion

PESHAWAR: A missing Hindu female schoolteacher told a local judicial magistrate on Monday after recovery from Bahawalpur that her kidnapper had forced her to marry him after changing her faith and kept her unconscious for most of the time during captivity on refusal. Magistrate Mohammad Fayyaz Khan ordered the local police to conduct medical examination [...]

January 12, 2014 HHR Archives, Pakistan Comments Off on Recovered Hindu teacher complains of pressure for conversion