Minority leaders request India to apprehend killers of 11 Pakistani Hindus
The minority community leaders on Tuesday requested the Indian government to promptly arrest the killers of 11 Pakistani Hindus in India, condemning the Modi government’s casual response to provide justice to the victim family.
They were addressing a webinar on “India for selected Hindus only” and it was attended by Hindu leaders along with family members and relatives of 11 Pakistani Hindu citizens who had been brutally killed in Jodhpur India.
Ramesh Kumar and Harmeet Singh who are members of National Assembly also connected through video link. According to the members of the victim families, the killers of their dear ones were roaming freely in India and wanted justice by arresting the killers and bringing them to task.
MNA Ramesh Kumar stated that the government would try its best to arrest the killers, and he would also contact the Hindu Council. The safeguarding of minorities was government’s duty, and that he would also initiate the matter with the Indian High Commission. Also, the issue would be highlighted at every platform to provide justice to the family, he added.
MNA Wasim William recommended the UN Security Council to help in giving justice to the victim family which was unable to receive the bodies of their loved ones so far. He elaborated that even the FIR was not yet registered for the illegal killing, and even women were targeted to third degree torture by the police.
Punjab MPA Mahrinder Paul Singh urged the government to raise the issue at every forum as to provide protection to a minority community was state responsibility. Haroon Sadial said India was not even sparing Hindus’ going from Pakistan and asked for taking practical measures to ensure killers’ arrest.