Sindh

Forced Conversions: a Crisis for the State; a Nightmare for the Hindus

Of all the issues, the most burning is the growing religious extremism in the society. Extremism is spreading its tentacles, and the space for the non-Muslim minorities is shrinking. At the time of Pakistan’s creation in 1947, the non-Muslims constituted 23% of the population which has been reduced to roughly 4% today.