ISLAMABAD: Following reports of Hindu families’ migration from Sindh to India, the Federal Interior Ministry has set up a cell for complaints pertaining to the minority families travelling to the neighboring country for their religious rites, SAMAA reports.
The decision was taken at a meeting chaired by Federal Interior Minister, Rehman Malik, wherein Director General of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) presented a report and briefed the high officials over Hindu families’ travel to India.
The meeting was told that the minority families had been proceeding to India to visit their religious rites, having complete travelling documents and valid visas. He said the issue was exaggerated by a private TV channel through its unfounded and hypothetical reports.
The DG FIA said 117 people have so far crossed the Wagah Border.
Rehman Malik said that a complaint cell was being set up in the Interior Ministry to end sense of insecurity among Hindus. -- SAMAA