Sindhi Sangat condemn murder of two Pakistani Hindu brothers
05 Jan 2018
Hyderabad: January 5, 2018. (PCP) Sindhi Sangat Sindh strongly condemned brutal murder of two Sindhi Hindu brothers Dilip Kumar and Chander in an attack by terrorists in Mithi, Tharparkar, district of Sindh, Pakistan where majority population belongs to Hindu community. Killing of Dilip Kumar and Chander has risen harass and fear among other Hindus in Mithi, Tharparkar. Sindhi Sangat Sindh extended condolence with the family and friends of deceased, expresses solidarity with Sindhi Hindus and demanded to arrest culprits.
In an issued press release on Friday, central chairman of the Sindhi Sangat Sindh Mansoor Khaskheli has strongly condemned killing of two Sindhi Hindu brothers Dilip Kumar and Chander in an attack by terrorists in Mithi, Tharparkar, district of Sindh, Pakistan. Brutal murder of Dilip Kumar and Chander is saddened and shocking, lives and assets of religious minorities are not safe, while increasing attacks and cases of forced religious conversions have created panic and uncertainty among Sindhi Hindu community unfortunately government has failed to protect religious minority and due to lack of protection to religious minority every year more than five thousand families of Sindhi Hindus are migrating from Sindh.
Dilip Kumar and Chander both were business persons, Killing of Dilip Kumar and Chander has raised harass and fear among other Hindus in Mithi, Tharparkar.
Chairman Sindhi Sangat Sind has further said that religious minorities especially Hindus and Christians are continuously under attack, they are being robbed, killed and even their daughters are forced to convert, cases of forced conversions have risen recently. Government failed to protect religious minorities; culprits involved in such cases often go unpunished.
Sindhi Sangat Sindh strongly demand that government immediately arrest murderers of Dilip Kumar and Chander, Sindhi Sangat Sindh also demands protection of religious minorities Hindus and Christians in Pakistan.