Sikh refugees get Indian Citizenship; Expressed gratitude over central government’s decision

Punjab: Sikh refugees in Ludhiana have expressed happiness over Central government’s decision to invite them to apply for Indian citizenship. One of them stated that they came there from Kabul in 2013 and they were being forced to convert to Islam, and they are thankful to the government for the decision. Times Now’s Mohit Sharma joins in to explain further details. The Indian government has opened the process for non Muslims, namely Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists, belonging to Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. The people have been struggling for years now and they have been trying to access the citizenship and some had been converted forcefully as well. Watch the video to know more!