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11 displaced Pakistani Hindus found dead in Rajasthan


09 August 2020  

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RAJASTHAN: As many as 11 Hindu refugees from Pakistan were found dead in Jodhpur district of the Indian state of Rajasthan, Indian media reported.

The family, which had arrived in Rajasthan from Pakistan in 2012, was living in Dechu police station area in a village of Jodhpur.

Prima facie, it is said that the 11 members of the family — four women, two men, and five children – have consumed poison late on Saturday night.

The police reached the spot and are investigating the matter.

Police found one person in an injured state. He was taken to a government hospital where he is undergoing treatment, reports said.

They were displaced from Pakistan from the Bheel community.

(With inputs from Agencies)

Publish Date : 09 August 2020 22:24 PM

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