Pakistan News: A Hindu woman and two teenage girls were abducted in Pakistan’s Sindh province and two of them were forcibly converted to Islam and married to Muslim men. This is a new incident of such persecution on minorities in the country. Police said Meena Meghwar (14) was abducted from Nasarpur area and another Hindu teenager was abducted while returning home from the market in Mirpurkhas town. In the third incident, a woman married to Mirpurkhas went missing and later when she came forward, she was allegedly converted to Islam and married to a Muslim man. In the last case, the police refused to register an FIR on the complaint of the woman’s husband Ravi Kurmi.
marry a muslim man of his own free will
Ravi Kurmi says that his neighbor Ahmed Chandio used to first harass his wife, later he kidnapped her and converted her to Islam. A police officer in Mirpurkhas said that all three cases are being investigated. He said that married woman Rakhi claims that she converted of her own free will and married a Muslim man. Let us tell you that in June this year, a teenager named Kareena Kumari told the court that she was forcibly converted and married to a Muslim man.
Forced conversion a big problem in Sindh province
Abduction and forced conversions of young girls have become a major problem in the interior areas of Sindh province. Thar, Umarkot, Mirpurkhas, Gotki, Khairpur areas have a significant number of Hindus in this province. Hindus are mostly workers. In June this year, a teenager named Kareena Kumari told a court here that she was forcibly converted and married to a Muslim man. In March this year, three Hindu girls Satran Odd, Kavita Bhil and Anita Bhil were kidnapped and converted and then married to Muslim men within eight days.
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