My mother works in a hospital and she says it all the time that the baby ward is full of disabled Pakistani children! Other parents take the baby home the next day or day after, but a big % of Pakistani parents can't take the babies home straight away because they are born disabled.
In one of the places i worked my supervisor was a Pakistani man, great guy! really nice supervisor! but while i was working there he married his cousin from Pakistan and when i saw the wedding photos, omg! they looked like identical twins! never saw something so disturbing. They were made from the same stencil.
I first found out about this when i was in primary school! i was so confused that i even remember that i was in year 5 standing outside the classroom waiting to go in when this conversation took place! A Pakistani girl called Fatima standing behind me told me that she's going to marry her cousin because he's s3xy 😐 My Indian response was "you can't marry you're cousin" her Pakistani response was "yes we can"
i came home very confused that day and narrated the conversation to my mum, and she made it even more confusing by telling me that Pakistanis marry their cousins! It was just to much for a 9 year old me!
And the government is trying to teach kids about Gay/lesbian/Tranny relationships! Just imagine how confused those poor kids must be! this whole LGBTQXZY business
Your private life or at least parts of it are everyone's business if they so wish to bring it up since you let it out on a public platform. You married a non-Sikh Brazilian man, had intimate relations with him as a devout Sikh woman whilst he was not a Sikh (wonder if your family accused him of grooming to save face or knew what you were capable of all along), you have twin sons and a daughter.
You should worry about yourself, you can be a cockroach destined to die under a Hinduvta's sandal in your next life.
The only reason they do that <banned word filter activated> is keep money in the family , it's sad how they'd rather have retardation and physical deformaties in their future generations to save 'haath da mael'