Published On: Sun, Sep 10th, 2017
Published in Category: Karachi

Vankwani asks for taking action against hate material

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Karachi: Patron-in-chief of Pakistan Hindu Council and Member of National Assembly Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani has urged the higher authorities for taking timely action against extremist elements who are widely distributing hate pamphlets in Tharparkar.

Exchanging views with another Hindu MNA Lal Chand Malhi from UmarKot, he said that teachings of all religions urge the followers to respect each other. He was of the view

that the FIA (Federal Investigation Agency) is the right forum to consult against misuse of social media. Both MPs categorically denied link of any Hindu community member behind the mysterious Facebook account. A call for demonstration to be held on 12th September is also mentioned on the pamphlet.

Dr Ramesh regretted that on the basis of anonymous social media account extremist elements are trying to create unrest in the peaceful society of Mithi and UmarKot areas. The transcript written in Sindhi language of hate pamphlets being distributed on a larger scale contains the name of same controversial cleric Pir Ayub Jan Sarhindi who is behind in most of the cases related to forced conversions of minor underage Hindu girls.

Dr Ramesh, while assuring his cooperation to Lal Chand Malhi, asked the higher authorities to take immediate action before the extremist elements succeed to exploit the religious sentiments of innocent people. Demanding for fair inquiry, he said that blaming Hindu parliamentarian Lal Chand Malhi for mysterious Social Account is a tactic by his opponents for political scoring under the cover of religion. He also mentioned various incidents of past in which patriotic Hindu business community was targeted in a similar way.


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