The Sindh Human Rights Commission has collaborated with local authorities and the representatives of the minority community to convene a pivotal meeting. The objective was to address the pressing issues faced by the Hindu and Christian communities. Led by the Deputy Commissioner Sanghar, Muhammad Ishaq this significant gathering saw the presence of notable figures, including Commission’s member Sukhdev Assardas Hemnani, Krishan Sharma, Chairman of Pakistan Hindu Management Committee, Haroon Sarab Dial, Adnan Ali Khaskheli, and other distinguished individuals, all of whom shared their valuable insights.
A top priority was to make the process of marriage registration smoother within the Hindu community and to establish the registration of Pandits in the Local Government so that they can legally solemnize marriages, with a special focus on rural areas where this might be lacking.
The Deputy Commissioner shed light on the steps that are being taken and urged the Local Government, Assistant Commissioners, and the Legal Aid Society to campaign for awareness. He emphasized that the process of registration should run smoothly. To ensure effective registrations, Mr. Haroon Sarabdial recommended establishing a District Minority Liaison Committee for overseeing the process and ensuring its seamless execution.
Secondly, the representatives from the Christian community raised concerns about the state of their graveyard. They shared that the Christian graveyard in Sanghar is unfit for burials and is filled with trash from the city. The Deputy Commissioner acknowledged their issue and asked them to identify a new location for the graveyard. He assured them that a suitable place will be provided for their graveyard.
This meeting represents unity, collaboration, and the Commission's dedication to uplifting Sindh's minority communities.
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