Government to give shelter to 700 Sikh-Hindus of Afghanistan in Delhi

New Delhi: In the last few days in Afghanistan, there have been many incidents of persecution with Hindus and Sikhs. Here, they are being targeted by Pakistani-backed terrorists. Meanwhile, the Government of India has now taken a big decision. If sources are to be believed, India will allow around 700 Sikhs and Hindus to come to Delhi. That is, they will be given shelter in India now.

If sources are to be believed, arrangements will be made by the Government of India to visit Delhi soon. After which everyone can be granted a visa for a long time. Let us tell you that in the last few months, Sikh leaders and leaders of Hindu origin have been targeted in Afghanistan. An Afghan Sikh leader was kidnapped here, after which there were growing concerns about security. It is noteworthy that many people of India live in Afghanistan. In such a situation, Pakistani-backed terrorist organizations and their people have been targeting Indian people there. Many cases have come to light before this.

Let us tell you that the Government of India had amended the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) last year itself. Under which people of Hindu, Sikh, Jain, Parsi, Christian and Buddhist origin living in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh can be given shelter in India. There was fierce opposition in this country as well, although the government did not bother with its decision.

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