In a startling revelation, Shahnaz Sheedi, a social activist and key member of a reputed Pakistani NGO working towards minorities, has stated that non-Muslims constituted a quarter of Pakistan’s population when the theocratic country came into being, now, only account for just four per-cent. The statement comes in the wake of Pakistani Hindus leaving that country for India due to increasing intolerance and forced conversions of teenage girls.
Is it a matter of pride or shame for the pseudo-secularists in India not to speak a word over brazen persecution of minorities in the neighbouring rogue nation?