Pakistan citizens missing in India

via HK Correspondent published on March 24, 2007

Thousands of Pakistan nationals who come to visit India, disappear, and Indian Govt. is doing nothing to seek, search and deport these Pakistani Jihadis hiding in India.

No wonder, we have bomb blasts in every major cities in India. And these Pakistanis and Bangladeshis will apply for citizenship and then vote for a non-patriotic Congress Party, anti national communist party and Pakistan loving Muslim League. These political parties encourage these Muslims to enter India and use them for vote bank.

Over 600 Pakistan citizens are missing in Rajasthan alone. Thousands of Muslims from illegal Pakistani and Bangladesh Muslims are hiding in West Bengal, Bihar, UP, Hyderabad and Kerala.

Whereabouts of over 600 Pakistan citizens who visited Rajasthan during past seven years are not known. The annual report of Rajasthan police department, produced in the state assembly recently, says there is no official report or statistics on the state  of about 604 Pakistan citizens who visited Rajasthan in last seven years. Of these 588 had come last year alone.

However, the police are maintaining correspondence with the international check posts to trace the missing Pakistanis and it has not been confirmed whether they have returned to Pakistan or not.


 There are about 37 Pakistan citizens locked in various Rajasthan jails for illegally entering into India and also on account of various criminal offences.

Intrusion of Bangladeshi citizens is also continuing in the state. Last year as many as 101 Bangladesh citizens were caught and were deported to their country.


Mumbai and Malappuram in Kerala became a centre for illegal Pakistani Muslims to hide and continue their illegal smuggling and terrorist activities. It is reported that certain political leaders and police officials are in cohort with these Pakistani Jihadis.

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