COVID-19: Pakistan starving its minorities to death: Akali leader MS Sirsa

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Former Delhi Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) and key Akali Dal leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa alleged that the minorities in Pakistan are being denied food and rations by the authorities there during the period of lockdown initiated due to the Coronavirus.

Sirsa tweeted on Monday alleging that the Hindu and Sikh populations in the Pakistani province of Sindh being denied even basic food and rations.

He called upon Union Home Minister Amit Shah and External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar to provide all assistance to them, lest they die of hunger.

This comes amidst media reports of alleged discrimination in Sindh which has denied rations to the Hindu population living in the various villages.

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Pakistan’s dismal record on human rights stands exposed with these media reports.

The Country review of the UNHRC had blasted Pakistan for its acts of forced conversion of minorities who are considered second class citizens, anti-blasphemy law and general lawlessness where members of the minority communities are barely allowed basic sustenance.

It also exposes Pakistan as Prime Minister Imran Khan speaks about building a ‘Naya Pakistan’ and also lectures India on its alleged human rights violations.

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