Pak Hindu minor girls approach court seeking protection: According to a report, in a court in the Punjab province of Pakistan, adolescents in court admit that there is a doubt in helping the marriage of two Pakistani Hindu minor girls, who were allegedly abducted and converted into Islam forcibly was given. On the eve of Holi, two girls, Raveena (13) and Reena (15) were allegedly abducted by a group of “influential” men from their house in Ghotki district in Sindh. Immediately after the abduction, a video became viral in which a Maulvi was allegedly shown to the marriage of two girls completely, which caused nationwide outrage.
Pak Hindu minor girls approach court seeking protection
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan also ordered an inquiry into the matter. According to Sources, the teenagers made a plea to a court in Bahawalpur, Punjab. “Police have arrested a man in Khanpur in the meantime, which is suspected of assisting in the marriage of girls [marital contract],” he said. However, it is not confirmed that the arrested person is Maulvi who has done his marriage.
Earlier there were reports that Maulvi, who was married to minor girls, was arrested from Khan Pur, Sindh. a war of words broke out between Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj and Pakistani Information Minister Fawad Chaudhary, Earlier in the day , allegedly between kidnapping, forced conversion and forced marriage between two Hindu youths.
Ms. Swaraj sought details from the Indian envoy about the alleged abduction of two Hindu girls’ girls in Pakistan. Ms. Swaraj tweeted a media report about the incident, tweeting that she asked the Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan to send a report on the matter.
Pakistan’s Information Minister Fawad Chaudhary reacted on his tweet and said that it is the “internal issue” of his country. In a Twitter post in Urdu on Sunday, Mr.Chaudhary said that the Prime Minister has asked the Chief Minister of Sindh to look into the reports in which the questions have been taken to Rahim Yar Khan, Punjab.
Pak Hindu minor girls approach court seeking protection. He said that the Prime Minister ordered the governments of Sindh and Punjab to take concerted steps to prepare a joint action plan and prevent such incidents from happening again in view of this incident. In Pakistan, the Hindu community reminded the minorities of the country of Prime Minister Khan for their promises and called for strict action against responsible people.
Last year, during his election campaign, Mr. Khan had said that his party’s agenda was to raise various religious groups across Pakistan and said that they will take effective steps to stop the forced marriage of Hindu girls. For the latest updates, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.
Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, a member of the Pakistan Hindu Council chief and ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), condemned the incident and demanded that the bill against forcible conversion, which was passed unanimously by the Sindh Assembly in 2016 And then because of this, the pressure of the extremist elements, which have been overturned, must be revived and passed in the assembly on priority basis.
Rights activist Jibran Nasir tweeted that the sisters were converted to Dargah Barachundi Sharif and after their marriage, they were taken to Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab. In Pakistan, Hindus are the largest minority community. 75 lakh Hindus live in Pakistan, According to official estimates. Most of Pakistan’s Hindu population has settled in Sindh province. According to reports, in Umerkot district of Sindh province, there are around 25 forced marriages every month.