A leader of a Sindhi party seeking freedom from the Islamic Republic of Pakistan met with Congressman Pete Olson in Houston Saturday.
The Houston meeting was arranged by the Indian American community.
After the lecture of Rep Olson, Zafar Sahito, a leader of the Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz of Shafi Burfat, asked the congressman about the $62 billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and the aggressive and expansionist policies of China in the warm waters of Indian Ocean and how the US will handle it.
Rep Olson, a former naval officer, said as the US is a close friend and ally of India, Washington shares Indian concerns and is aware that China is using Pakistan to get access to international market. So hopefully some solution is sure to come to check the Chinese ambitions, he said.
In the end Sahito and and a Sindhi Hindu from Khairpur, Kishore Sharma gave Rep Olson a beautiful Sindhi ajrak as part of a tradition of honoring guests.
During lunch time, Sahito and Sharma, whose niece Aarti Kumari Sharma was forcefully abducted and converted in Khairpur by Islamic goons backed by the ISI, carried on their discussions on issues related to Sindh and Balochistan, Pakistan support to Islamic terrorist groups such as the Jama’at ud Dawa of Hafiz Saeed and the Haqqani network.
The Sindhi and Hindu activists told Rep Olson that US funding of Pakistan to counter jihadis was used by the Pakistani Deep State against Sindhis, Baloch, Pashtun and other oppressed nations and ethnic groups in Pakistan.
The activists also discussed the how Pakistan has become a huge jail for national and religious minorities where the Deep State is committing human rights violations, including enforced disappearances and kill and dump, of political workers in Sindh, Balochistan and Khyber Pashtunkhwa with impunity.
Rep Olson also heard about the forced conversions of Hindu, Christian and Ahmadi girls to Islam and their forced marriage. Rep Olson was also provided with a list of victims of enforced disappearances.
The congressman has promised to move the State Department to question Pakistan over the tsunami of human rights violations.