ISLAMABAD – Minister In-charge for National Harmony, Dr Paul Bhatti, has shown serious concern over the migration of Hindu community to India and pledged to resolve their issues at the earliest.

He has also planned to visit Jacobabad accompanied by representatives of Hindu community including Justice Bajan Das Tajwani and M Parkash on the behalf of Ministry of National Harmony to meet the Hindu families in order to share their problems and find out way out for solution to their problems.

Dr Paul said action would be taken if the Hindu community was migrating following any unrest and problems would be settled down.

“If they are going at their own will then they have the right to decide what they think better for them like other people of Pakistan who go to foreign countries for better future,” he added. 

The minister in a press statement said that he was also in constant contact with the representatives of Hindu community through telephone in Karachi, Hyderabad and Jacobabad to update himself regarding the issues faced by the Hindu community.

He has also held consultations with minority’s minister of Sindh to know the reality of issues of Hindu community and their possible solution.

Dr Paul said the permanent solution of the problems of all communities lied in holding interfaith dialogue, which would lead to national harmony through interfaith harmony with an opportunity to understand and tolerate the religious and social values of each other.  Subsequently there will be peace and prosperity in the country that is my dream.