Shia, Ahmadi, Hindu? Then Run for Your Life

May 2013
India Today;5/13/2013, p14
This article focuses on the lack of protection being given by the Pakistani government to religious minorities in the country. The police and military personnel do not interfere in crimes or violence being made against religious minorities. This problem has resulted to a decline in Hindu and Christian population in the country. According to the author, India may play a role in improving equality in Pakistan, regardless of religion.


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