Pakistani Hindu Council carries out long march against Indian government
Sukkur: Hindu council is carrying out long march followed by a protest against the murders of eleven Pakistani Hindus in India.
According to details, the council is conducting March from Sukkur to Islamabad in order to show solidarity with the bereaved families.
The marchers chanted slogans against Indian government and its Prime Minister Narendra Modi and termed Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) a terrorist organization.
We will approach International Court of Justice (ICJ) if India did not take actions against murderers, said protestors.
Earlier yesterday, in a meeting with Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Pakistan Hindu Council patron-in-chief Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani discussed the tragic killings of eleven Pakistani Hindus in India last month.
The bodies of immigrant family were found in the field of a small village in India’s Jodhpur district on August 09.