Giriraj Singh announces, 'Hindus coming from Pakistan will get a big gift on PM Modi's birthday'

Sep 16 2019 02:53 PM
Giriraj Singh announces, 'Hindus coming from Pakistan will get a big gift on PM Modi's birthday'

New Delhi: Giriraj Singh, the firebrand leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), said that the Hindu families who came to India from Pakistan must be relieved in view of the way in which Hindu and Sikh girls are being kidnapped and forcibly converted to Islam even though there is a lack of facilities in his life, but the family is safe.

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Significantly, 120 Hindu families from Pakistan live in a settlement near Mubaraka Chowk in Delhi. They have been living here for the last 6 years. There is neither electricity nor water arrangement in this township, neither there is employment for the youth nor there is a smooth system of studying for the children. Yet there is a comfort on the face that he is with his family, preserving his culture and living life with the beliefs of Hinduism. Union Minister Giriraj Singh has taken care of PM Modi in the service week being celebrated on the occasion of his birthday. Giriraj Singh not only met those families but has also made many announcements on which work will start soon.

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Now the house of these 120 families will also be illuminated. Electricity will be provided through solar panels in everyone's homes. A sewing machine will be provided in all the houses. This is a big gift for displaced Hindus on PM Modi's birthday. Giriraj Singh also said that now PoK will soon be a part of India. 

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