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Hindu family tortured for taking water from a mosque in Pakistan

Sikkim Govt convened meeting with Director Agriculture J&K to discuss prospects of Saffron Cultivation in Sikkim A meeting was convened by Governor Ganga Prasad today in the gracious presence of Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang at Raj Bhawan Gangtok. The meeting was held to discuss in detail the prospects of Saffron Cultivation in the State of Sikkim. Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang in his address, under the leadership of Director Agriculture Government of Jammu & Kashmir Dr. Iqbal, how to increase the saffron cultivation a team will be sent for research. Dr. Iqbal, while giving a presentation on the cultivation of saffron, described the climate of Sikkim as suitable for saffron cultivation, Sikkim in future and In coordination with Kashmir, expressed the possibility of producing not only saffron but also other organic crops. During the meeting, Governor Ganga Prasad said that the land and environment of Sikkim in the entire North East is suitable for saffron cultivation, if more attention is paid in the field of agriculture, the means of employment will be available to the youth. If the income of the country is doubled, then our society, country will be able to emerge as an advanced nation. The meeting had the presence of Agriculture Minister Lok Nath Sharma, Vice Chancellor Sikkim University Prof. Avinash Khare, Secretary Agriculture Rinzing Chewang, Secretary to HCM SD Dhakal, Secretary Raj Bhawan Raj Yadav, Director Agriculture Government of Jammu & Kashmir, Dr. Iqbal Choudhary, Officers of Agriculture Department, and Joint Director ICAR-NOFRI. Saffron cultivation has long been restricted to a limited geographical area in J&K, mainly Pampore, followed by the districts of Budgam, Srinagar and Kishtwar. It should be noted that the saffron has been kept underground for about 45 days and the temperature should be below zero. The crop also needs sufficient rains if it is sown in August. For the plantations in Sikkim, saffron seeds / bulbs were purchased and shipped to Yangyang from Kashmir by air.

Ground Report | New Delhi: Hindu family tortured; A poor Hindu peasant family is in trouble after taking drinking water from a mosque in Pakistan’s Punjab province as some people tortured and took them hostage to desecrate a religious place.

Hindu family tortured

The incident happened a few days ago when Alam Ram Bhil, a resident of Kahoor Khan, a suburb of the city, was picking raw cotton in a field along with his wife and other family members.

Bhil said, when the family went outside a nearby mosque to fetch drinking water from a tap, they were beaten up by some local landlords and their men. When the relatives were returning home after taking off the harvested cotton, the landlords took them, hostage, outside their house and tortured them again.

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According to the newspaper, Peter asked other members of the district peace committee to convene an emergency meeting on the issue but they did not take the matter seriously. Yudhisthira Chauhan, general secretary of the PTI’s South Punjab minority wing, said the incident had come to his notice but he did not intervene due to the influence of a ruling party MP. District Police Officer Asad Sarfraz said he was looking into the matter.

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extremely poor

Deputy Commissioner Dr. Khurram Shehzad said he would meet the elders of the Hindu community on Monday before taking any action. Asked about the inactive peace committee, the official claimed that it was fully operational.

Farooq Rind, a senior lawyer and former district bar president, said he also hails from the Basti Kahur area, where the Bhils have lived for a century. “Most of the people in the community are farm laborers and extremely poor,” he said.

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Rind said the accused landlord was notorious for fighting minor issues with other villagers. The newspaper said that the lawyer promised free legal aid to the complainant’s family. Hindus are the largest minority community in Pakistan.

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According to official estimates, there are 7.5 million Hindus in Pakistan, the community, there are more than 9 million Hindus in the country.

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