Govt. not ready to rehabilitate persecuted Hindus, while illegal Bangladeshi Jihadi’s infest our cities

published on March 18, 2013

New Delhi: Government will not grant refugee status to Pakistani Hindus or Sikhs who cross the border to escape persecution there, told Minister of State for Home Mullappally Ramachandran in response to a resolution raised by BJP leader Arjun Ram Meghwal.

The resolution on ‘Formulation of an Action Plan to Rehabilitate Persons Displaced from Pakistan’, moved by Arjun Ram Meghwal was negatived after being put to voice vote.
As per convention, a member withdraws the resolution after the reply by the minister. Meghwal insisted that his conscience did not permit him to follow the convention as he was not satisfied with the Minister’s reply.

Meghwal said the government had not given any assurance on issues raised by him including conducting a survey of Pakistani nationals residing in Rajasthan , Gujarat and Indore and alleged ill-treatment of minorities in Pakistan, including Hindu, Christian, Ahmadiyya Muslim and Parsi communities.

He also wanted the government to take care of Pakistani Hindus, numbering more than 17,000, who have taken refuge at private-run transit camps in Jodhpur.

Refugee status to these Persecuted Hindus is denied while Bangladeshi Jihadi immigrants who infiltrate our porous North Eastern borders are welcomed with ration cards and Voting right.

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