Hindu Organisations Protest Outside Pak High Commission
   14-Jan-2020
 
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 Hindu organisations’ workers staging a protest outside
Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi
 
 
 
New Delhi: A large number of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bajrang Dal, Rashtriya Sikh Sangat, Hindu Manch and many other Hindu organisations’ workers, on January 7, staged a massive protest outside the Pakistan High Commission against the atrocities on Hindus and Sikhs in Pakistan and also attack on Shri Nankana Saheb. They also courted arrest.
 
 
Addressing the workers, VHP working president Shri Alok Kumar said Shri Nankana Saheb is as holy for us as Macca and Madina are for the Muslims. The attack on Shri Nankana Saheb loses our patience. “We want to recall that when similar atrocities were perpetrated in East Pakistan, the Indian army entered there and finally forced 90,000 Pak soldiers to surrender. After that East Pakistan lost its existence. The growing attacks on the minorities in Pakistan have put the existence of that country also in danger,” he said.
 
 
Shri Alok Kumar further said the hatred lies in the social mindset of Pakistan. It is not against the Hindus and Sikhs alone, it is also against the Ahmadiyas, Sunnis and Shias. Zonal organising secretary Shri Mukesh, Prant president Shri Kapil Khanna, working president Shri Vagish Issar and many other workers and leaders also joined the protest.