Pakistan treats minorities as equal: Imran Khan

Religious tourism supported by Pak PM Imran Khan :Sikh Daily

December 24 Praised worldwide for his stupendous job of opening the long-pending Kartarpur corridor for Sikhs, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has reiterated that Pakistan treats all minority citizens as equal citizens of Pakistan and undertakes to empower them to use their abilities socially, economically and politically for the national development. In a message on the occasion of Christmas, the […]

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Pakistan Punjab CM slams Modi for anti-minority bill

Citizenship (Amendment) Bill weakens India's secular nation charecter: warns Bangaldesh : Sikh Daily

December 18 While Pakistan set an example of communal harmony by opening Kartarpur corridor for Sikhs, India has brought anti-minority, anti- Muslim bill, said Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzda. He took a swipe at Narendra Modi government over notorious Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019. In a statement, Usman Buzdar said that the Indian act depicted fanatic designs of Narendra Modi […]

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All you need to know about Citizenship (Amendment) Bill

– The bill amends the Citizenship Act, 1955 to make people from Hindu, Sikh, Jain Buddhist, Christian and Parsi faiths who entered India from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan eligible for citizenship. – In case a person belong to the aforementioned faiths, from these three countries, does not have proof of birth of parents, they can apply for Indian citizenship after […]

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Sikhs third most targeted religious group in hate crimes in 2018: FBI

Nov 13, 2019 Sikhs were the targets of 60 hate crime incidents in the United States in 2018, the third highest among all religious groups after Jews and Muslims, a report by the the Federal Bureau of Investigation showed on Tuesday. Such incidents had 69 victims, and 49 of the perpetrators were “known offenders”, the data showed. “Known offenders” does […]

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Sikhs third most targeted religious group in US after Jews, Muslims: FBI

–PTI Nov 13, 2019 Around 60 incidents of hate crimes against Sikhs were reported to the US Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2018, making the community the third most commonly targeted religious group after Jews and Muslims in the US, according to an annual report released by the FBI on Tuesday. A total of 7,120 hate crimes were reported to the FBI by law enforcement agencies […]

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British Sikhs takes government over ethnicity problems

Nov 11, 2019 Sikhs living in the UK has taken the government to the high court over its “unlawful” refusal to treat them as an ethnic group in the 2021 census. They claim Government is acting unlawfully by denying the UK’s estimated 800,000 Sikhs the right to declare their ethnicity alongside other groups including Afro-Caribbeans, black Africans, Indians, Pakistanis, Chinese, […]

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