HYDERABAD: Minority rights committee has said they were feeling unsafe as the government has failed to provide them protection. This was stated by Ravi Tamboli chairman Minority Rights Committee,vice chairman Vijay Das,president Vijay Inqilabi,general secretary Ranjeet Kumar talking on occasion of a religious day of Hindus here. They said our Mandirs are being attacked but the government has taken no step and we are not being provided and that they were being treated step motherly. They said they were patriotic Pakistanis as their forefathers were born here and were buried here. Our life and death are related to Sindh land. They made appeal to president, prime minister and chief justice of Pakistan to take notice of the attacks on their temples and order their protection. They praised the officers of Hyderabad Development Authority specially Iqbal Memon and Sajjad Memon who had arranged their pilgrimage to Hinglaj ( Hindu diety in Balochistan) on government expenses which act of them was proof of brotherhood and religious harmony.
MINORITY RIGHTS COMMITEE SAYS THEY WERE FEELING UNSAFE