Persecution of Hindus in Pakistan

In December 2019, the Parliament of Bharat (India) passed the Citizen Amendment Act and in March 2024, after enduring a four-year struggle, the detailed rules outlining the qualifications and procedures of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act of 2019 were officially notified in the Gazette of India on 11th March 2024. In this article, we aim to understand briefly what is the CAA and bust some myths propagated by Liberals, whose sole motive is to oppose anything which is pro-Hindu.

Earlier this week the United Nations (UN) published an article which raised concerns about the lack of protection for minority girls from forced religious conversions and forced marriage. At first glance, it seems the UN experts are lending a voice to minority communities (Hindu, Sikh, Christian etc. communities), let's take a closer look.

On Sunday 31st of March, the Hindu community in Pakistan took to the streets demanding the recovery of a minor Hindu girl, …

INSIGHT UK welcomes the Government of India’s implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 (CAA). Similar to the Lautenberg-Spectre amendment in the US and the Nationality & Border Act in the UK, the long-awaited CAA offers protection and preference to persecuted minorities.

India has just implemented the Citizenship Act, better known as the CAA. This article will explain India's Citizenship Amendment Act and counter the false narratives being peddled by those with motivated agendas against the progress and development of Bhārat (India).

Exploring the United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the selective activism of human rights activists regarding the human rights of Hindus.

A factsheet on the persecution of Hindus in Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

INSIGHT UK is raising awareness about the persecution of Hindus in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and in some states of Bharat. The terrible stories of persecution which began decades ago, continue to this day.

On 2nd October, the international non-violence day, INSIGHT UK organised a nationwide vigil across 40 places in the UK with an appeal to stop violence against Hindus and other minorities in Pakistan.

Addressing forced conversion of Hindu minorities to Islam in Pakistan. More than 20% in 1947, in 2017 Hindus were estimated to be around 2%, of Pakistan’s population, according to census data, with most of them living in Sindh Province.