Pakistan: The victim Hindu girl appeared in court on Friday and told that on June 6, she was abducted by some people from outside her house in Benazir Shaheedabad, in the interior of southern Sindh province. The girl’s father said to send the daughter home. We don’t even have rent for commuting to court.
Atrocities on Hindus in Pakistan: Atrocities on minority Hindus continue in Pakistan. There, another case of abducting a Hindu girl and forcibly converting her to religion and then getting married has come to the fore. The incident happened in June in Pakistan’s southern Sindh province. Victim Hindu teenager Kareena Kumari appeared in a court here on Friday. She told that on June 6, she was abducted by some people from outside her house in Benazir Shaheedabad in the interior of southern Sindh province and then forcibly converted her to Islam and married a Muslim man.
- request to send to parents
The girl, who appeared in the court with her poor father Sundar Mal, told that she has been able to reach the court with a lot of difficulties. He has suffered a lot in these 2 months. The girl told the court that I should be sent back to my parents. At present, the court has sent her to the Women’s Center.
- Girl’s father said, not even rent to come to court
At the same time, the father of the victim girl told the court that, “We are poor people and we do not even have bus fare for going to and from the court. My daughter has told the truth, let her go to our house. Apart from this, those guilty should also be given strict punishment who kidnap girls, sexually exploit them and sell them.
- Victim’s lawyer said, Hindu girls are in danger here
Lawyer Dilip Kumar Mangalani, fighting Kareena’s case, says the culture of forced conversions has put Hindu girls and their families in danger in Pakistan, especially in the interior of Sindh. She complained that, “We try to do our best but in most of the cases the kidnapped girls are young and the accused present fake documents or certificates in the court and even the police doesn’t help. The same has happened in the case. She was a minor. Her parents are poor and they do not have any certificate or document to verify the age of the daughter. In some cases, the parents are even allowed to meet their daughters. Not allowed.”