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Pak citizens reached the restricted area as lost the way – detained and freed. But they plan to stay in India to avoid Pakistani persecution.


Tortured in Pakistan on Religious basis….Trust in India for Peaceful refuge

50 Hindu citizens from Pakistan came to India, said – will not return to Pakistan now; they carried Pakistan’s citizenship and long-term religious tourism visa certificates.

50 Hindu Pakistani citizens came to India by truckYashwant Singh | HENB | Jaipur | Dec 24, 2022:: 50 Hindu people who had come from Pakistan to India to meet their relatives reached the restricted area of the border due to wandering and were caught by the Bajju police. Bajju police made joint inquiries with IB-CID on suspicion. After about seven hours of interrogation, everyone was sent to their desored destination. On the other hand, the police and security agencies heaved a sigh of relief as there were no terrorist suspects or cross-border criminals.

On Wednesday, the Bikaner Police Control Room received information that many Pakistani nationals in a truck were coming towards Bikaner’s Bajju. After getting the information and on the instructions of Kolayat CO Arvind Kadwasara, Bajju police station officer Rakesh Swami, head constables Shravanram, Jagdish Prasad, constables Mahavir, Modaram and driver Sampatlal blockaded RD 931. At around 11.30 am, a truck came from Punjab, which was stopped. There were about 50 people found in the  truck, including women, men and children. The police team brought everyone to the police station. Informed the officers of IB-CID.

Joint team interrogated for seven hours and released the detained persons

Joint interrogation of police, IB-CID revealed that the occupants of the truck are residents of Rahimyar Khan district area of Pakistan. He has brought one year visa from Pakistan. They have come to visit religious places in Haridwar, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Shirdi and Jodhpur. Also have come to meet their relatives living in Jodhpur. All belong to Bhil caste.

Reached Attari yesterday, left after hiring a truck

Kolayat CO Arvind Kadwasara and Bajju police officer Rakesh Swami told that these are four family members who have brought one year visa from Pakistan. Everyone had reached Attari on Thursday. From there, they were going to Jodhpur by hiring a truck. On his way to Jodhpur, the truck driver lost his way and went to the restricted area of the border of the district. On getting the information, the police stopped the truck. Scrutinized the documents of all the above people which were found to be correct. People did not find the activity suspicious in any way. After interrogating the said people, they were sent to Jodhpur in the evening, as reported in Patrika.

Persecuted in Pakistan and planned to stay in India forever

The 50 citizens who came from Pakistan to the Attari border left for Jodhpur in a hired truck, included 18 men, 18 women and 14 children. All of them possessed certificates of citizenship of Pakistan and religious visa to stay long in India for visiting Hindu pilgrimage sites. During the interrogation, these people narrated their ordeal due the Islamic persecution in Pakistan. ‘We are not safe in Pakistan’ said  Gordhanram Bhil, a citizen of Rehmiyar Khan district of Pakistan, who was part of the group. He also said, ‘We do not want to live in Pakistan, we want to live in India now. There was no facility for the minorities in Pakistan’ – as reported in Dainki Bhaskar.

__Inputs from Patrika and Dainik Bhaskar.

One comment on “Pak citizens reached the restricted area as lost the way – detained and freed. But they plan to stay in India to avoid Pakistani persecution.

  1. kindsoulvk
    December 25, 2022

    Driver ki galti ki wajah se 3 din ka safar kar aaye bechaare yaatriyon ko pareshan hona pada 7 ghante zaleel hona padda maaon behnon aur bachchon k saath.


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