Parsis In Pakistan

On 14-15 August 1947 Partition of India and Pakistan happened and Pakistan Became an independent country.

At that time 4.9 million non-Muslims were residing in Pakistan. Four million migrated to India.

And it was said that each religion will have independent rights for following their faiths and none will be forced to convert their religion in Islam. Pakistan is a Muslim country where the majority of the population is Muslim.

Well, this point should be admitted that none of the non-Muslim minorities were ever been forced to convert their faith. however, the purpose is this that was this enough for preventing their rights?

Karachi is the biggest and most inhabited city of Pakistan, there are plenty of various cultures present in Karachi.

Also, the Parsis community who determined to not leave Pakistan, those Parsis who shown nationalism and their love for Pakistan.

Currently in the current year 2019 the population of remaining Parsis in just 4,020. They’re slowly leaving their Country and subsiding down in different countries as a result of they were never accepted as equals, they had to be.

Simply because they were non-Muslims and minorities they weren’t able to see any future for them and their youngsters in Pakistan.

Founding father of Pakistan Muhammad Ali Jinnah married a Parsi girl, doesn’t it means accepting each minority equally is that the base of an independent country.

One of 55 years old Parsi woman residing in Karachi said “I am going to spend my whole life in Pakistan except for my kids who are in their early 20’s I’m not happy at all, I might like the first opportunity to get them out of the Country , I’m sorry tho’ i love Pakistan but I don’t see any future for them in Pakistan”.

I’m Muslim myself and the reason I wrote this is because I felt that we want additional acceptance and patience in ourselves.

So at least the remaining 4,020 Parsis and everyone other minorities can feel at home, be at liberty and independent.

More than 50% of Parsis are over 50 years old and at least now they must get what they deserve.

Much love and God Bless.

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