Tuesday, July 23, 2024


Majnu Ka Tila

‘Had to eat beef if we wanted to study’: Hindu refugee recalls horrific days in Pakistan before fleeing to India, others thank Modi for...

Exuberated by the central govt's decision, over 1,000 Hindu refugees from Pakistan, staying in a camp in the Majnu Ka Tilla area in Delhi, celebrated applying colours on each other's faces, singing songs and dancing.

Hindu refugees from Pakistan say that Christian missionaries are active in the Majnu ka Tilla camp

The Hindu refugees in Delhi's Majnu ka Tila are being forced to convert by Christian missionary organisations operating in the camp

Lack of electricity, water and squalid conditions: How Hindu refugees from Pakistan are suffering in the national capital

Lack of a basic facility like electricity makes the Hindu refugees from Pakistan battle diseases and death.

200 Hindu migrant families from Pakistan in Delhi’s Adarsh Nagar wait to get access to electricity: Read why they are being denied the same

The Centre has Friday, opposed a petition seeking electricity connections for 200 Pakistan Hindu migrant families, who are currently residing in North Delhi’s Adarsh Nagar

Majnu Ka Tila: Kejriwal govt abandons destitute Pakistani Hindu refugee, ‘Seva Bharati’ provides helping hand

RSS and Seva Bharti are providing a helping hand to Pakistani Hindu refugees at Majnu ka Tila camp.

Delhi: Muslim Uber driver Naseem asks Pakistani Hindus to get off his cab, flees without taking them to Majnu Ka Tila camp

BJP Delhi spokesperson Tajinder Bagga today took to Twitter to share that one Uber driver Naseem asked Pakistani Hindu refugees living in Majnu Ka Tila camp to get off his car and drove away.

‘Like a bird who has been freed from a cage’ says Hindu refugee from Majnu Ka Tila on CAB: OpIndia Exclusive

The refugees said that they have come to India nearly a decade back with a valid visa issued by the Indian government. The refugees added that they had to leave their relatives in Pakistan and come to India because religious persecution in the Islamic nation had made their lives difficult.

Majnu Ka Tila: Hindu refugee family from Pakistan name their daughter ‘Nagrikta (Citizenship)’, father says she is ‘India’s daughter’

Many residents of Majnu Ka Tila in the national capital said that the bill if cleared, will help them get Indian citizenship and finally bring an end to their life in exile.

Majnu Ka Tilla: A Tilla of hope, dreams and aspirations for Pakistani Hindu refugees

Minki with the blue eyes was one of the first refugees brought to the Majnu ka Tilla camp.

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