Islamabad: In what could be alarming atrocity against minorities in Pakistan, a Hindu has been denied to perform the last rites of his father.

Currently, more than 100 Pakistani Hindus are on the pilgrimage in India. They could not stop themselves from explaining their plights. These people are travelling Rajasthan and do not want to go back to Pakistan. "We are feeling insecure because of the alarming rise in Islamic extremism in Pakistan. We would rather die here (India) than go back to Pakistan," the pilgrim said.

The news has been published in India by taking reference from a report of BBC Urdu. According to it, approximately 171 pilgrims came to Jodhpur on Sunday. Their leaders have emphasized that they do not intend to go back to Pakistan.

The Hindu welfare organization named Somnath Lok Sangathan has requested Indian government to grant asylum to these people. The organization workers gave warm reception to these people at Jodhpur Railway Station. Spokesman from the organization said that the group belongs to Hyderabad and Sanghad in Sindh province of Pakistan. They belong to Bheel tribe.


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