The Delhi High Court examined the condition of Pakistani Hindus living in the slums of the city

The Delhi High Court examined the condition of Pakistani Hindus living in the slums of the city
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The Delhi High Court has taken be aware of the situation of Hindus who migrated from Pakistan and are residing in a slum in the city’s Adarsh Nagar area.

The Delhi High Court directed the Union authorities to look at the situation of Hindus hoping, they’ll appear sympathetically.

A bench of leader justice Satish Chandra Sharma and justice Subramonium Prasad stated in the order that they had been searching ahead for the right affidavit definitely inside weeks.

A social employee who claims to be operating for now no longer best the Pakistani Hindu migrants, additionally the ones from Bangladesh and Afghanistan asked for the case to be heard.

The Delhi High Court highlighted “greater than 200 migrant households from Pakistan on their own had been living with-inside the slum without energy.”

The plea is searching for the migrants’ proper energy primarily based totally on their passports, Aadhaar cards, and long-time period visa.

The Delhi High Court stated in its order that the Hindu migrants had been suffering financially and did now no longer have everlasting shelter.

They do have Aadhaar cards, however, that’s a 12-digit man or woman identity number issued via way of means of the Government of India.

The households that consist of ladies and youngsters are living in harsh conditions.

The Delhi High Court has requested the Union authorities why the migrants have now no longer been issued no objection certificates (NOCs). The count number will subsequently be heard on October 6.