Ancient history

There is no place in Pakistan for people of other religions.

Not only Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Christians, but the existence of Muhajirs, Shias, Ahmadis and Sufis are also in danger in Pakistan. Pakistan separated from India in the name of Islam, but Bangladesh separated from Pakistan only because the Muslims of Pakistan considered themselves superior to the Muslims of Bangladesh and they did not want the East Bengal political party to form the government in Pakistan.

The partition of India-Pakistan took the lives of 5 to 10 lakh human beings, but the partition of Pakistan-Bangladesh took the lives of three million people. This cycle of hatred is not over yet. Even today in Pakistan Punjabi Muslims, Sindhi Muslims, Bilochistani Muslims, Khyber-Pakhtuni Muslims and Muslims of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir consider each other inferior.

Muslims who migrated from India to Pakistan are called Muhajirs and they are looked down upon. Looking at the history of the last 72 years of Pakistan, it can be said that the people of Pakistan will continue to fight till some more partitions of Pakistan happen. Because hatred breeds hatred.

Repression of Hindus during the Sixty-five War

During the 1965 war, minority Hindus living in Pakistan were declared spies and traitors by Pakistani Muslims. They were abused. So they started coming to India secretly by running away. On January 10, 1966, the Tashkent Agreement also emphasized on the protection of minorities, but Pakistan did not take any step in this direction. Even today Hindus are considered second level citizens there.

Several lakhs of Hindu refugees arrived in India during the Seventy-One War Period

After 1947, a major exodus of Hindus from Sindh to India occurred during the 1971 war and 90,000 Sindhi-Hindus migrated to India from Pakistan. This was possible because at that time the Indian army had entered the Tharparkar district of Sindh province of Pakistan, due to whose protection Sindhi-Hindus were able to leave Pakistan overnight and enter India. Indira Gandhi's government was in the country at the time of the 1971 exodus.

She was not ready to take these Hindus into India and the government tried to push these Hindus again from India to the border of Pakistan. The government even threatened to shoot at these refugees, but these refugees were determined to live and die on the land of India, they were not ready to return to Pakistan under any circumstances. In the end, the Government of India accepted them and granted them Indian citizenship.

More than 28 thousand Hindus came from Pakistan to Barmer district of India. Among these Hindus are Gurda, Blacksmith, Sindhi, Purohit, Longitude, Barber, Suthar, Bazir, Rajput, Guaria, Jat, Swami, Maheshwari, Tailor, Brahmin, Baran, Bhil, Meghwal, Goldsmith, Lakhwara, Bhat, Dholi, Khatri, Kalbi There were people of different castes etc. Most of these refugees stayed in Barmer district and settled in different areas of rest of India.

The population of Hindus in Pakistan has stabilized

According to the 1951 census, the population of West Pakistan was 33.7 million, which increased to 207.77 million in the year 2017. According to the 1951 census, there was 1.6 percent Hindu population in West Pakistan, even after forty-seven years in 1997, the Hindu population of Pakistan was found to be only 1.6 percent. According to the 1998 census, there are 2.1 lakh Hindu population left in Pakistan. Most of the Hindus live in the Sindh province of Pakistan. Of the total Hindus living in Pakistan, 93 percent live in Sindh, 5 percent in Punjab and 2 percent in Balochistan.

Data of Hindus in Pakistan is not being provided since 1998. If the period from 1950 to 1998 is taken, then the population of Hindus remained stable during this period whereas the total population of Pakistan has exceeded 6 times. The population of Hindus in Pakistan did not increase because the Hindus living in Pakistan have either become Muslims or the population of Hindus from Pakistan has come directly and indirectly to India, most of which is in the border desert districts of Barmer, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. resides.

The exodus of Hindus from Pakistan continues even today. They come to India in the hope of protecting themselves and their children and the Government of India tries to provide them with citizenship, housing, drinking water, employment, education and medicine. Considering the large number of Hindu girls being forcibly abducted and raped by Muslim boys in Pakistan, forcing them to marry Muslims and converting them into Muslims, it seems that the future In a few decades, Pakistan will be a Hindu-less country. This is how the makers of Pakistan imagined Pakistan!

Biggest Historical Mistake

Altaf Hussain, the leader of the Muhajir Muslims who went to Pakistan from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar during the Partition of India, made a public statement in London in September 2000 that the creation of Pakistan was the biggest historical mistake.

Population explosion in India due to refugees from Pakistan and Bangladesh

In 1947, the total population of Akhand Bharat was about 39.5 crores. At the time of partition of India, 23.85 percent of the land and 16 percent of the population went to Pakistan. That is, India got 33 crore population and Pakistan got 65 crore population. Population control program was carried out in India after independence whereas population control program was not carried out in Pakistan due to Islamic beliefs. But due to the population migration from Pakistan to India, the population of India increased wildly and between 1947 and 2019, the population of India increased from 33 crores to 135 crores and not only the population control program failed in India but also the population explosion. Done.