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British Hindu umbrella organisation have issued a joint letter to UK's Prime minister over the increasing persecution of Hindus in the country. They highlighted the incident of last month when a temple was burnt in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
The letter was signed by Trupti Patel, President of the Hindu Forum of Britain; Dharaj Shah, President of the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh; Rajnish Kashyap, General Secretary of the Hindu Council UK; Arun Thakar, President of the National Council of Hindu Temples UK; and Tribhuvan Jotangia, President of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad. They issued to 10 Downing Street in London on Saturday.
We the representatives of the national umbrella bodies for Hindus in the UK would like to seek urgent action to demand that the Prime Minister of Pakistan does everything possible to stop the rampant persecution of Hindus in Pakistan in the recent past the situation for minorities like Hindus in Pakistan is getting extremely perilous, the letter notes.
The members of Hindu umbrella organisation asked the Prime minister to set up an governmental enquiry into this matter. They also asked and appealed that all good democracies around the world via United Nations should set up a similar type of enquiry.
The organisations who collectively represent the British Hindu community have also sought a meeting to further discuss on the matter.