Hindus and Christian are not given food in this Coronavirus hunger video see details

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Christian and Hindus are not given food in this Coronavirus hunger video see details

Christian and Hindus are not given food at Pakistan in this Coronavirus hunger in Imran khan ruling Pakistan video

 

In Karachi, there have been reports that the Saylani Welfare International Trust, a non-government organization established to assist the homeless and seasonal workers, has been refusing food assistance to Hindus and Christians, arguing that the aid is reserved for Muslims alone.

Washington: Terming as “reprehensible” the reports of food being denied to Hindu and Christian communities in Pakistan amidst the coronavirus crisis, a US government organization has urged Islamabad to ensure that food aid from distributing organizations is shared equally with all religious minorities in the country.

In Karachi, there have been reports that the Saylani Welfare International Trust, a non-government organization established to assist the homeless and seasonal workers, has been refusing food assistance to Hindus and Christians, arguing that the aid is reserved for Muslims alone.

USCIRF Commissioner Johnnie Moore said that in a recent address to the international community, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has noted that the governments in the developing world are facing the challenge of saving people from dying of hunger, while also trying to halt the spread of COVID-19.

“This is a monumental task laying before many countries. Prime Minister Khan’s government has the opportunity to lead the way, but they must not leave religious minorities behind. Otherwise, they may add on top of it all one more crisis, created by religious discrimination and inter-communal strife,” Johnnie Moore said.

In its 2019 Annual Report, the USCIRF has noted that Hindus and Christians in Pakistan “face continued threats to their security and are subject to various forms of harassment

 

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