Inter-Religious Conference, 2019

The officials of Pakistan Hindu Council including President Mr. Gopal Khamuani and Advisor: Mr. Raja Asser Mal Manglani attended the Inter-religious Conference, 2019 which was organized by Federal Ministry of Religious Affairs in PC Hotel on 13th June 2019. Mr. Gopal Khamuani appreciated the initiative taken by the Federal Minster: Mr.Noor-ul-Haq Qadri and said it is necessary to organize such conferences to give a strong message of interfaith harmony. He stated that we are not here to share our thoughts but we are here to inform you about minority issues and forced conversion happening in Sindh. It is the request to Minister of Religious Affairs to please look after this issue as the minority of Sindh is suffering from years. He further suggested that all the issues must be resolved through legislation and an 18 years marriage bill is still pending in the committee which need the approval because it is a social issue and everyone is suffering. The President in last also demanded the appointment of any Hindu or Sikh as an ETPB chairman on merit through public application because any Hindu or Sikh can take care of their religious places more efficiently than any Muslim even we respect this ETBP Muslim chairman.
Mr. Raja Asser Mal also stated that these issues need to be resolved now as it is hurting minority quite badly. Hope everyone will look at these issues.
Mrs. Mangla Sharma (MPA Sindh) also shared his thoughts that equality must be done when we want good inter-religious relation and we have to work practically now.
Mr. Parshotam Ramani (Gen. Secretary), Mr. Bharat Kumar Manglani (Finance Secretary), Mrs. Roop Mala Singh and Mr. Roshan Lal (MC Members) also attended the conference.





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