KARACHI / ISLAMABAD (HRNW)- Pakistan Hindu Council has criticized the recently-passed controversial citizen bill in India, saying that it has resulted in creating atmosphere of fear and anxiety throughout the country. According to the bill, the non-Muslims refugees from nearby Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan can apply for Indian citizenship.
“The Indian citizenship law has not only made Indian Muslims insecure but also put a question mark on the big claims of Secular India and world’s largest democracy,” the statement mentioned.
Ongoing turmoil in India, according to Pakistan Hindu Council, proved that the demand of Muslim-majority separate country was a wise decision by Quaid-e-Azam.
Pakistan Hindu Council demanded that Indian government must review its policies and bring back the constitution to its original form.
“Every religion urged about serving humanity irrespective of religious bonds,” the statement mentioned, while showing solidarity with Indian Muslim minority community.