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Jodhpur/JAIPUR: As the exodus of Hindus from Pakistan">Pakistan continues, some families that arrived in Jodhpur and nearby areas have narrated horrifying tales about atrocities committed on them by their landlords or employers.
He was tied up in iron chains and then beaten up severely for two days resulting in his death. When we approached the police, we were harassed. Fifteen of our relatives are still stuck in Pakistan, desperately wanting to migrate to India.
A distraught Rawat Mal, after losing his daughter, has lost all interest in continuing in PakistanBy Rakesh Lakhani
They hardly have any choice. Either they convert to Islam and live a comparatively better life or continue to wait for their turn of persecutionBy Rakesh Lakhani
Our women are not safe, our profession and trades are not safe and also our properties are not safe. For every facility or right, we have to grease the palms of the authorities. Even then there is no guarantee that the facility will last long.By Mohan Ram
In such a condition, some of the family members make their way to India and remaining wait there for their turn of visa.By Singh Sodha