Muslim students attacked Hindu students celebrating Holi. This incident took place in Pakistan’s Punjab University. The victims expressed their grief that even after taking permission from the administration to celebrate these celebrations, they were attacked.
First Published Mar 7, 2023, 1:22 PM IST
Hindu students attacked for celebrating Holi in Pakistan The incident took place on the campus of Punjab University in Lahore on Monday. A video of a large group of people attacking Hindu students celebrating Holi in the university premises has gone viral on social media.
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Radical Muslims attacked around 30 Hindu students at Punjab University’s Law College while celebrating Holi. Beaten mercilessly. Not only that, the students who were celebrating Holi were thrown out of the campus. More than 15 Hindu students were injured in this attack. Hindu students say they have taken permission from the university administration to celebrate Holi. However, they were attacked by thugs. All the victims approached the Lahore police to complain about the incident.
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Kashif Brohi, a student of the university and an eyewitness, told the media about the incident. 15 students were injured in this clash. He said. Brohi said that permission has been taken from the university administration to celebrate Holi.
Another student Keth Kumar said that the university guards beat them when they were protesting against the IJT attacks. They said that they have filed a police complaint against those who attacked them, as well as the security guards, but no FIR has been registered so far.
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Meanwhile, India has recently stated that no religious minority is living freely in Pakistan. “No religious minorities can live freely in Pakistan today. Or cannot practice their religion…Pakistan’s policies are directly responsible for the deaths of thousands of civilians around the world,” India’s representative at the UN Human Rights Council said last week. Pakistan’s own panel on enforced disappearances has received more than 8,000 complaints over the past decade, the spokesman said.
Meanwhile, about 22,10,566 people belonging to the minority Hindu community live in Pakistan. According to a report by the Center for Peace and Justice Pakistan, only 1.18 percent of the country’s total population of 18,68,90,601 are Hindus. In Pakistan, the Hindu population as well as the minorities have very little representation in the legislative system of the country. A majority of Pakistan’s Hindu population lives in Sindh province. All of them often complain of being harassed by terrorists.
Last Updated Mar 7, 2023, 1:22 PM IST