Pakistan’s Ethnic Communities Face Disturbing Discrimination and Violence Amidst Political Turmoil

By | September 7, 2023

Pakistanis from different ethnic groups have expressed their grievances, with Bengalis reporting instances of rape and murder, while Balochis have faced abductions and dumping. Pashtuns have suffered in proxy wars, Sindhis have had their prime ministers killed, and Punjabis and Muhajirs claim their family members are being abducted and their homes are being broken into to weaken the PTI. Faujeet, however, has complained about online trolling and bullying during photoshoots.

https://twitter.com/M_Junaidd/status/1699773613073633596

In a recent tweet, Pakistani user Junaid highlighted the grievances faced by various ethnic groups in Pakistan. The tweet shed light on the atrocities faced by Bengalis, Baloch, Pashtuns, Sindhis, Punjabis/Muhajirs, and Faujeet.

According to the tweet, Bengalis have been subjected to killings and rapes, while Baloch people have been abducted and dumped. The Pashtun community has been devastated by a proxy war, and Sindhis have faced the hanging or killing of their leaders. Punjabis and Muhajirs, on the other hand, have had their family members abducted, and their homes broken into and looted in an attempt to weaken the PTI (Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf) political party. Lastly, Faujeet claims that their community has been trolled online and their photoshoots bullied.

These grievances shed light on the diverse and complex issues faced by different ethnic groups in Pakistan. The tweet suggests that violence, discrimination, and political manipulation are prevalent across the country, affecting various communities.

It is important for these grievances to be addressed by the government and society as a whole. Pakistan’s leaders should take steps to ensure the safety, security, and equal treatment of all citizens, regardless of their ethnicity. Only by addressing these issues can Pakistan move towards a more inclusive and harmonious society..

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