Govt to probe migration of ‘Hindu Yatraes'
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Govt to probe migration of ‘Hindu Yatraes'

Islamabad : Pakistan | Aug 10, 2012 at 12:44 PM PDT
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 The Spokesman of Federal Ministry of Interior has stated that proper scrutiny is carried out, over the various allegations made in media regarding mass migration of Hindus from Sindh. He stated that a three-member committee of senior Parliamentarians headed by the Chief Minister Sindh is looking into the complaints at local level. Further, he said a total of 117 Hindu Yatrees volunteer their affidavit that they are going to India to visit their religious sites. He added that all of them were allowed to go to India and they have crossed the Wahga Border on Friday. The spokesman stated that they had not any complain of insecurity in their respective areas, added that, the Director General, FIA, however, continue to investigate to ascertain the role of agents assisting for the visas of Yatrees.
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