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Indians in Pakistan

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Indians in Pakistan include Indian citizens residing, working or studying as expatriates in Pakistan, Indian emigrants to Pakistan post-independence era, Indian spouses married to Pakistanis, as well as Indians who have become naturalised Pakistani citizens and other people of Indian origin in Pakistan9

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Notable individuals
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References

Historyedit

Due to Pakistan and India being neighbours, there has been a history of immigration occurring between the two countries10 Between 1979 and 1981, there were estimated to be roughly 18,302 Indians who were overstaying illegally in Pakistan11 According to Pakistani government figures in 1995, there were believed to be thousands of Indian immigrants living in Karachi, many of whom were homeless6

In 2005, the Indian government acknowledged that there were 1348 Indians in Pakistani jails, which included civilians, fishermen, convicted criminals and prisoners of war12 India has alleged that Indian underworld don Dawood Ibrahim resides in Karachi, although this claim has been rejected by Pakistan13 In 2008, the Indian foreign ministry advised its citizens to avoid travel to Pakistan after several Indian nationals in Pakistan were arrested and "accused of being terrorists" in connection to a blast in Lahore1415 In 2011, David Headley alleged that there were some Indians living in Karachi who were willing to carry out attacks against India16 As of 2013, there were 1184 Indians serving sentences in Pakistani jails17

Children of Indian diplomats usually study at schools such as the International School of Islamabad18

According to Pakistan's Ministry of Interior, there were 16,501 Indian citizens residing legally in Pakistan as of 20155

Notable individualsedit

  • Ghulam Ahmed, cricketer
  • Jon Elia, biographer
  • Sania Mirza, Indian tennis player married to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik
  • Josh Malihabadi, poet
  • Kashmir Singh, Indian spy
  • Kulbhushan Yadav, detained Indian Navy officer
  • Lakhbir Singh Rode, a member of the Khalistan Zindabad Force
  • Parminder Singh Saini
  • Ravindra Kaushik, detained Indian spy
  • Sarabjit Singh, convicted of terrorism and spying192021
  • Soraya Sikander, artist
  • Zahida Hina, columnist

See alsoedit

  • Hindi in Pakistan
  • Bengalis in Pakistan
  • Tamils in Pakistan
  • Pakistanis in India
  • Welcome to Karachi

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "India is a top source and destination for world’s migrants" Pew Research Center 3 March 2017 Retrieved 7 March 2017 
  2. ^ Bagri, Neha Thirani "There are more Indian migrants living in Pakistan than the United States" Quartz Retrieved 7 March 2017 
  3. ^ "More Indian migrants in Pakistan than in US: Pew report - Times of India" The Times of India Retrieved 7 March 2017 
  4. ^ "More Indian migrants living in Pakistan than US: PEW Research Centre - The Express Tribune" The Express Tribune 7 March 2017 Retrieved 7 March 2017 
  5. ^ a b Gishkori, Zahid 30 July 2015 "Karachi has witnessed 43% decrease in target killing: Nisar" The Express Tribune Retrieved 3 August 2017 Interestingly, around 16,501 Indians are also living in Pakistan 
  6. ^ a b Tohid, Owais; Mahmud, Arshad 29 November 1995 "Homeless In Karachi" Outlook India Retrieved 8 July 2012 
  7. ^ "Indian community in Pakistan celebrates Diwali" Times of India 1 November 2013 Retrieved 25 November 2013 
  8. ^ http://indiatodayintodayin/story/what-it-feels-like-being-a-sikh-in-pakistan/1/330481html
  9. ^ Sharma, Kalpana "There's something about Paki men" Times of India Retrieved 6 April 2010 
  10. ^ Natesan, GA 1957 Indian Review, Volume 58 University of California: GA Natesan & Co p 415 
  11. ^ India today, Volume 7 University of Virginia: Thomson Living Media India Ltd 1982 p 60 
  12. ^ Mahendra, Gaur 2008 Foreign Policy Annual pp 536–537 ISBN 978-8178353425 
  13. ^ "Dawood Ibrahim is held in high esteem in Pakistan: Musharraf" NDTV 16 November 2011 Retrieved 8 July 2012 
  14. ^ "Indians told Pakistan ‘not safe’ for them" Dawn newspaper 27 December 2008 Retrieved 8 July 2012 
  15. ^ "Avoid Pakistan travel, India tells citizens" 27 December 2008 Retrieved 8 July 2012 
  16. ^ "Some Karachi-based Indians willing to work with LeT: Headley" The Hindu 18 June 2011 Retrieved 8 July 2012 
  17. ^ "1,184 Indians in Pak jails, says MEA" Times of India 5 May 2013 Retrieved 9 November 2014 
  18. ^ India calls upon diplomats to withdraw kids from Islamabad schools
  19. ^ Web Edition 29 June 2012 "Sarabjit Singh is a terrorist: Surjeet" The News International 2012 Retrieved 2 May 2013 According to the testament of his fellow spy operatives, Surjeet Singh, confirming that Sarabjit Singh is a terrorist and terrorists are neither released by India nor Pakistan 
  20. ^ staff 2 May 2013 "Sarabjit Singh, how a terrorist becomes a hero" Voice of Journalist Retrieved 2 May 2013 
  21. ^ "Sarabjit Singh: Indian 'spy' dies after Pakistan attack" BBC News 2 May 2013 Retrieved 2 May 2013 


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