The demolition of a Pakistani Hindu camp in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, has sparked widespread condemnation among Hindu organisations. The violent act and the subsequent denial of vital services to the camp residents have drawn strong criticism. It underscores the urgent need for empathy, compassion, and protection for vulnerable Hindus seeking refuge in India.
The Demolition and its Aftermath
Authorities in Jaisalmer abruptly demolished the Pakistani Hindu camp. It has left hundreds of Hindu refugees homeless. They had fled persecution in Pakistan, in a state of shock and helplessness. With no prior notice, the demolition only added to the distress experienced by the camp residents.
Amidst the chaotic scene of bulldozers tearing down their modest shelters, the situation escalated further.
Police resorted to lathi-charging to quell the unrest. They subjected women to brutal beatings and leaving children frightened and distraught.
Lack of Basic Necessities
The demolition not only brought destruction but also exposed the residents’ lack of access to basic necessities, particularly clean water. The camp’s water supply system became inoperative. The residents, including innocent children, were left without the means to obtain safe drinking water, prepare meals, or maintain proper sanitation. This dire situation posed an immediate threat to their health and overall well-being.
Humanitarian Crisis and Calls for Action
The demolition of the Pakistani Hindu camp in Jaisalmer has ignited widespread outrage among activists and organisations championing Hindu rights. They have vehemently denounced the violence and the denial of essential services to the residents. They have emphasised that this incident serves as a stark reminder of the urgent need for empathy, compassion. The protection for vulnerable Hindus seeking refuge in India should be looked into. Hindus are treated like second class citizens in their own country.
The Gehlot government has faced mounting pressure to swiftly intervene. However, no action has been taken by them yet. In fact, going by their methodology, the Gehlot government has always been an enemy of the Hindus in the state.
The demolition of the Pakistani Hindu camp in Jaisalmer and the subsequent mistreatment of its residents, including the brutal lathi-charging of women and the denial of water to children, has sparked outrage. This incident serves as a stark reminder of the treatment that Hindus are facing in the country. This is a cry fro help as well as a wake up call for Hindus!