Pakistan Will Raise Pakistani Hindus Death Issue in UNHRC: In the city of Jodhpur in Rajasthan, 11 refugees belonging to Sindh province of Pakistan died in the month of August last year. Their bodies were found in suspicious condition. The police had said that everyone had committed suicide due to family tension. Pakistan is plotting a new conspiracy against India on this matter. Pakistan is now preparing to raise this issue in the United Nations Human Rights Council. In this case, Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, the head of the Pakistan Hindu Council and member of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party of Prime Minister Imran Khan, has made many allegations against India.
He has said that India has prevented Pakistan’s access to the accident site. Vankwani said that Pakistan will take up this matter in the upcoming UNHRC meeting. Surprisingly, Pakistan now has no issue left for plotting against India, due to which it has suddenly remembered this one-year-old case. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani accused India that his High Commission had requested to visit the spot several times, but was not allowed.
‘Pressure from the family of the dead’
He claimed that according to international law, he has the right to seek information about this incident. Because all the civilians who died have had passports of Pakistan. But he did not say anything about why a large number of minorities from his country are going to take refuge in India. This leader of Imran’s party further said that there is the pressure of the family of the dead on him (Pakistani Hindus Death in India). Due to which the government has decided to take the matter to the UNHRC. Vankwani said that Pakistan will raise the issue in the UNHRC session to be held on 21 June and 9 July.
Committed suicide by consuming poison
He also said that the family of the refugees has lodged a complaint in Pakistan itself, demanding a fair investigation. However, no one knows how much truth is there in these things. In this case of Jodhpur, the police categorically denied the role of any third party (India Pakistan Issue). At that time Superintendent of Police (Rural) Rahul Barhat had said that the dead had taken poison, due to which he died. All of them were from the Bhil community, they took refuge in India in the year 2012. After coming here, he also rented a field.