Sindhi refugee couple concludes their protest after nine months
The Sindhi activists and journalist refugee couple from Pakistan, who have been giving protest sit-in in Delhi against their persecution by Pakistan High Commission in India, have concluded their 285 days long protest after submitting a Memorandum of Demand with the Prime Minister Office.
Shah and Fatima Shah gave-protest sit in outside Press Club of India
on October 14 last year, which they later on continued at Jantar
Mantar near the Parliament house in Delhi. Both kept on staying there
in the protest camp during nights.
their memorandum, they have demanded the Prime Minister Narendra Modi
to order an inquiry against the facilitation of Pakistan High
Commission in India, which not only violated Shah’s medical as well
as refugee rights, but also violated the Indian Constitution and the
international law. The couple has also requested the prime minister
for issuing directives either for recognizing them refugee in India
or giving them stay permission in India
until they are not being
couple at the moment is residing along with other Sindhi refugees in
a refugee camp facilitated by OM Ganpati Shiv Balaji Samajik Uthan
Trust. The Trust Chairman and Ekta Parishad associate A.K. Solanki is
already looking after at least twenty Hindu refugee families from
Pakistan in the camp.