After India’s Gurmehar Kaur’s video propagating the message of peace and giving up hatred for Muslims went viral, the Kargil martyr’s daughter has influenced Pakistanis to replicate the same.
A Pakistani Hindu has taken a leaf out of Gurmehar’s book by recording a similar silent video and conveying his message of peace through a bunch of placards.
Sachanand Panu Arya is a proud Pakistani Hindu and has recorded a short video dispel the truth that the religious minorities suffered discrimination in the neighbouring Islamic republic.
This is what his message reads, “Namaste, Salam. I’m Pakistani. I’m Hindu. I love Pakistan. I don’t hate anybody. I want to live in peace. People assume that there are no Hindus in Pakistan.
“People assume that Muslims hate Hindus. I am living proof that this is not true. Pakistan has Hindu judges, army officers, traders, pandits. Pakistan has over 2,000 working Hindu temples. “
Like Gurmehar, Arya too ends his video message with #ProfileForPeace.
Last week, when the Kargil martyr’s daughter recorded the video, her video was viewed by over a million times on Facebook before the social media giant decided to suspend the page that carried the video.