NEW DELHI — More than 250 Pakistani Hindus have arrived in India
over the past two weeks bearing tales of religious persecution,
according to Indian border officials, fueling perceptions of growing
discrimination against minorities in Pakistan.
The Pakistani Hindus, who came by road and rail with valid
pilgrimage visas from Sindh, Baluchistan and Punjab provinces, have
reported incidents of kidnapping, looting and forced religious conversion, the officials said.
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