Union minister criticizes Ashok Gehlot for the death of 11 Hindu Pak migrants in Rajasthan


Government should take action, said Gajendra Singh Shekhawat (File)

New Delhi:

Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat on Sunday attacked the government of Rajasthan for the deaths of 11 members of a Hindu migrant family from Pakistan and said the incident reflected the minister’s “working style” in Chief Ashok Gehlot.

Eleven members of a family of Hindu migrants from Pakistan, belonging to the Bhil community, were found dead on Sunday at a farm in Jodhpur district, Rajasthan.

“The deaths of nearly a dozen Pakistani refugees called into question @ ashokgehlot51’s working style. Among those who died are two men, four women and five children. One after another, very frightening incidents reflecting the deterioration of the state’s situation The government should take action and clarify the situation, “tweeted Mr. Shekhawat.

A family member of migrants, however, was found living outside the hut they lived in in Lodta village in the Dechu region, an official in Jodhpur said.

“He said he had no idea about the incident, which allegedly took place overnight,” Jodhpur (rural) police commissioner Rahul Barhat said.

“We have not yet determined the cause and means of death. But apparently all members appear to have committed suicide by consuming chemicals overnight,” Barhat said.

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