Pakistan Hindu Council refutes media reports of discrimination in food distribution


By Muslim Mirror Desk

Karachi / New Delhi : Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, Patron-in-chief of Pakistan Hindu Council, has shown extreme anger on ‘fabricated’ news reports appearing in various media outlets, especially in  a section of the  Indian media.

“These news reports claiming that Pakistan refuses to give food to Hindus as Covid-19 rages are baseless and fabricated,”  stated Dr Vankwani who is also a prominent Hindu lawmaker, expressed.

He said that Pakistan Hindu Council, in the Coronavirus outbreak, is closely monitoring the situation, and has not receive any such complaint by local Hindu community regarding discrimination, as claimed by the media.

Dr Vankwani further said that Pakistan Hindu Council, in its nationwide ration distribution drive, is also providing food items to deserving families, without any religious discrimination.

Current Coronavirus outbreak situation reflects the anger of God, and thus, every person must learn from mistakes, perform prayers and to seek repentance.

Dr Vankwani emphasized that this critical time demands everyone to join hands in fight against common threat.

“However, it is very unfortunate that some elements are trying to fulfill their vested interest by indulging in such negative activities,” he regretted. History will never forgive us if we prefer our temporarily benefits and blame game of politics on such sensitive issue, he  said. “This is time to promote tolerance, harmony and love to all, rather than spreading hatred and misunderstandings among the society.”

Dr Ramesh Vankwani also made an appeal for taking extreme care while expressing views regarding Coronavirus outbreak and other humanitarian crisis.

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