Hindu refugees from Pakistan, who took refuge 10 years ago in India, receive electricity now

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New Delhi – Exhausted by the atrocities of religious fanatics in Pakistan, the Hindu refugees have taken refuge in India and are living in huts. For the last 10 years, there has been no electric supply in these huts. As per a report from a new channel, around 900 people have been living in appalling conditions on an open large ground behind the Majlis Park metro station with almost no basic facilities.  The Delhi High Court ordered the city’s power distribution provider Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL) on 10th November to provide electricity supply to all the huts of the refugees within a month.

In 2013, a large number of Pakistani Hindus moved to India. They still don’t have citizenship and the right to vote.

Editorial viewpoint

Not only from Pakistan but Hindus from all other Islamic countries are looking at India with the hope to escape the atrocities. What’s the use of taking refuge in India if one has to live in such an unbearable condition ? The Government of India should look seriously into this matter !

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