A pregnant Pak Hindu woman named Basheeran, married to Talib Jee Marwari, has allegedly been kidnapped and converted to Islam. The kidnappers Saleem Sheikh and Mashoque Sheikh allegedly converted the woman who belonged to Saleh Putt, Taluka Rohri, District Sukkur, Sindh, Pakistan about a month back. In the video shot by an activist named Ashok Kumar of Pakistan Minorities Teachers’ Association (PMTA), the father-in-law of the pregnant Pak Hindu woman, Hamen Jee, says that there are now threats to his family from the influential kidnappers. Hamen said that the ‘Muslims picked up the pregnant Hindu woman and made her Muslim.’ Worse is that no one from the Hindu community nor any minority leader has come to help in recovering the woman. Most minority leaders are found absent in discharging their duties when it comes to Hindus much to the ire of Pak Hindu community. Media and human rights activists also show no interest in documenting these cases which keeps the Pak Hindu community even more vulnerable. The abducted woman’s husband is not keeping well and the kidnapped Hindu woman is said to be somewhere between 5 to 6 months pregnant. Hamen Jee also said that the Police did not cooperate with them as they are poor. Sufi Pir Mian Mithoo and his men are threatening the Pak Hindu family with death if they speak up any more. The Sufi Pir and his men are also threatening to kidnap other Hindu girls. Due to religious persecution, most Pak Hindus have been forced to migrate to India. News source- CT current tigger
Hindu girl kidnapped and converted to Islam in Pakistan. Another Hindu girl abducted in Pakistan. The emphasis is on the change of religion. The case of abduction of two Hindu minor girls in Sindh province of Pakistan has not yet been cold, yet there is news of the abduction of another Hindu girl in Pakistan. It is heard that after the abduction of a Hindu young girl Sonia Bheel, her religion has been changed after forced abduction. Senior Pakistani journalist Bilal Farooqi tweeted this kidnapping and made public the information about religion. He tweeted, another Hindu girl, Sonia Bheel, who was kidnapped from Sindh province of Pakistan, was converted to religion. The senior journalist Bilal Farooqi tweet is as follows: “Another Hindu girl, a teenager named “Sonia Bheel”, reportedly abducted in Sindh. This comes after the recent alleged abduction and forced conversion of two other Hindu girls “Raveena” and “Reena”. Why is the govt falling to provide security to minorities ?” Report by – Nihar Ranjan Biswas.
PHRO strongly criticizes GoS for its failure to protect rights of religious minorities. The number of forceful conversion of faith of teenage Hindu girls is on rise in Sindh and so far seven girls have already been forcefully converted in just two months starting from February to March this year. The two of these young girls are claimed to be abducted from Karachi and rest of the cases are being reported from other cities of Sindh. Startling revelations into this effect were made by chairman of People’s Human Rights Organization (PHRO) Ihsan Ali also shared the details of these incidents which took place between February and March 2019. Addressing a press conference at PHRO’s headquarters in Karachi on Friday he also strongly criticized the Government of Sindh and held it responsible for its failure to stop these forceful conversion. “Disappearance of these girl children and the denial of their fundamental freedom of religion have caused great anguish to the victims and their families,” he stated. The details of abduction and forceful conversion of these Hindu girls as provided by PHRO is as under: KOMAL MEGHWAR: Komal Meghwar aged around 14 was kidnapped from Golimar, Karachi and she was forcefully converted. She is permanent resident of Tando Allahyar. The National Database Registration Authority (NADRA) clearly shows that her age is 14 years. The date of birth of this girl is March 20, 2004. MALA MENGHWAR: Mala Menghwar is around 16 years old and has allegedly been abducted from village Jam Khan Pitafi near Jadho town. Sindh Minister for Minorities Affairs Hari Ram Kishori Lal took notice of the abduction and directed the SSP Badin to register an FIR of the incident immediately and also take necessary steps to protect the girl’s family. SONIA MANGHWAR: Sonnia Manghwar aged around 14 was kidnapped from village Tando Yousif near Hyderabad. According to the parents, Shambho Bheel and Sharmiti, they used to work on daily wages for Hazrat Khan Pathan. Due to medical emergency they took loan amounting to Rs12,000 from Hazrat Khan Pathan but failed to return the amount. The person in question started threatening the family members to get back his money and afterwards he kidnaped Sonia and taken her to an unknown place. PERMILA MAHESHWARI: aged around 16 and she is the resident of Girl’s College Road Kahchi Muhalla in Tando Mohammad Khan. According to First Information Report (FIR) which was registered under section 365/B & 34 of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) on the complaint of her father, Permila Maheshwari was kidnaped during early morning on March 15 this year. He alleged that Bilwal son of Noor Muhammad along with four other accomplices kidnapped her. SONIA: Sonia aged around 15 or16, the resident of Khamosh Colony near Haji Mureed Goth in the jurisdiction of Gulbahar Police Station Karachi went missing from early morning on March 10, 2019. RENA & REVEENA: Two sisters, Rena’s and Raveenawere’s faith was converted at Darga Barchundi Sharif in Ghotki. As per Dargah girls had wanted to convert to Islam since long as they were influenced by its teachings. Although they are underage, according to the PHRO they were married instantly. The family of these girls registered FIR with local police against abduction and forceful marriages of these girls. They are 14 and 16 years old, as per […]
Although Malala Yousafzai receives the Nobel Prize in Peace, she is not interested in talking for peace. Pakistan’s Hindu religion young girls is being converted into force, but she is not ready to talk about it. Then what was the Nobel Peace Prize ? Take away her Nobel. She is not worthy of Nobel Peace Prize. “Malala blocking people for asking her to raise issue of Hindu girls getting kidnapped in Pakistan. Nobel peace prize is a farce price” “Nobel peace prize winner Malala Yousafzai blocks twitter user for asking justice for Hindu girls”
In January 2019, Anusha Kumari, a sixteen-year-old Hindu girl was abducted and forcefully married to a Muslim man. Written By: Manish Shukla Live updates: PM Modi says India has successfully tested anti-satellite weapon India 4th country with anti-satellite weapon: All you need to know about ASAT systems India now has missile to hit satellites in space, says PM Narendra Modi; declares Mission Shakti a gBhojpuri superstar Dinesh Lal Yadav ‘Nirahua’ joins BJP Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: After Dayaben aka Disha Vakani, Sunder Lal aka Mayur Vakani to quit The case of 2 Hindu girls from Sindh is one of many cases of forced conversion and marriage of underage Hindu girls to Muslim men, which are repeated in villages of districts of Mirpurkhas, Tharparkar and Umerkot in Sindh (close to Indian border) from time to time, many of which go unreported. These three districts Mirpurkhas (33% Hindus), Tharparkar (36% Hindus) and Umerkot (49% Hindus) contribute to the significant Hindu community in Sindh. In January 2019, Anusha Kumari, a sixteen-year-old Hindu girl was abducted and forcefully married to a Muslim man. The High Commission has taken up this case with Pakistan. On June 07, 2017, 16-year-old Ravita Meghwar, an underage Hindu girl, was forcefully converted and married to a Muslim man. Ravita Meghwar’s parents claimed that their daughter was abducted by men from influential Syed community in Tharparkar district and forcibly converted by Pir Ayub Jan at the Sarhandi shrine in Samaro and married off to one of her kidnapper Nawaz Ali Shah. Another case of forced conversion of a Hindu minority teacher was of Arti Kumari in Sindh to a Muslim man in September 2017. A minor Sikh girl Priya Kaur [aged 17] was kidnapped and married off [April 28- 29, 2017] to one Wajid Ali in Buner district of Khyber Pasthunaua and was forced to embrace Islam. The Indian government took up cases of intimidation of Sikhs and Hindus and also desecration of their places of worshipwith the Pakistan government in February 2019, June 2018 and December 2017. A 2014 report from the Movement for Solidarity and Peace estimated that nearly 1,000 non-Muslim girls are forcibly converted to Islam in Pakistan every year. The report found that forced marriages usually follow a similar pattern: Girls between the ages of 12 and 25 are abducted, made to convert to Islam, and then married to the abductor or an associate. Normally, no cognizance is taken of such complaints. Even if a complaint is registered, during the conclusion of the case, abducted girls remain in custody of the abductors and suffer all kinds of abuse and violence. Such cases rarely end in the girls going back to their real families. After the issue of forced conversions of underage Hindu girls in Sindh, social activists along with Hindu organizations pushed the Sindh Assembly to pass a bill against the practice in November 2016. But due to opposition from Muslim organizations, the Governor returned (January 2017) the Bill to Sindh Assembly, after that the bill is laying with the Sindh Assembly. According to Pakistan media reports, Sarhandi shrine in Samaro in Umerkot and Barchundi Sharif in Mirpurkhas are active in religious conversions of Hindus and claimed to have converted thousands of Hindu girls and young women to Islam, mostly those belonging to Scheduled Castes […]
Two Hindu Girls Kidnapped, Converted to Islam in Pakistan on Eve of Holi; Sushma Swaraj Seeks Report. The Hindu community in Pakistan has carried out massive demonstrations calling for strict action to be taken against those responsible, while reminding Prime Minister Imran Khan of his promises to the minorities of the country. Karachi: Two minor Hindu sisters were allegedly kidnapped and forcibly married after being converted to Islam in Pakistan’s Sindh province, triggering protests by the minority community. The two girls, 13-year-old Raveena and 15-year-old Reena, were allegedly kidnapped by a group of “influential” men from their home in Ghotki district on the eve of Holi. Soon after the kidnapping, a video went viral in which a cleric was purportedly shown soleminising the Nikah (marriage) of the two girls. Later another video surfaced in which the two sisters claimed they embraced Islam themselves and no one forced them to covert or get married. The Hindu community in Pakistan has carried out massive demonstrations calling for strict action to be taken against those responsible, while reminding Prime Minister Imran Khan of his promises to the minorities of the country. External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said on Twitter that she had asked the Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan to send a report on the incident. On Sunday afternoon, Pakistan’s information minister said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered a probe into the matter. Sanjesh Dhanja, President of Pakistan Hindu Sewa Welfare Trust, an NGO, called on Prime Minister Khan to take note of the incident and prove to everyone that minorities were indeed safe and secure in Pakistan. The truth is minorities suffer from different sorts of persecution and the problem of young Hindu girls being kidnapped at gunpoint and forced to convert to Islam or get married to much older men is widespread in Sindh, he said. Dhanja said the Hindu community had staged several sit-ins in Ghotki district after which police reluctantly registered FIR against the accused persons. The Hindu community leaders have claimed that the accused belonged to the Kohbar and Malik tribes in the area. Following the incident, an FIR was filed by the girls’ brother, alleging that their father had an altercation with the accused some time ago and on the eve of Holi they armed with pistols forcibly entered their home and took the sisters away. A Pakistan Muslim League-Functional MPA Nand Kumar Goklani, who had initially moved a bill against forced conversions, urged the government to get the law passed immediately. We demand the government to take up my bill and get it passed without any delay, he said. Goklani said: “The fact that the two girls were underage confirmed it was a crime and they couldn’t show free will on getting married or conversion to Islam”. “One of the accused persons has been arrested, while the police were conducting raids to arrest the others,” a senior police official of Ghotki district said. PTIUpdated:March 24, 2019, 3:07 PM IST facebookTwittergoogleskype
Holi in Pakistan: Minor Hindu girls ‘forced to’ convert to Islam, Hindus block roads in protest. Two minor Hindu girls, Reena aged 14, and Raveena aged 16, have been forced to convert to Islam after the abduction, say their parents and Hindu community. The girls were allegedly kidnapped from Hafiz Salman near Deharki to convert to Islam on the eve of Holi. The relatives also held a protest on the National Highway for the recovery of the Hindu girls even as the abductors released a video of the two girls. In the video, the minor Hindu girls say that they converted of their own volition. Protestors say that police are not acting against forced conversion that is going against the Hindus in Pakistan. Due to religious persecution, Pakistani Hindus have been forced to migrate to India. News source: http://www.currentriggers.com/blog/holi-pakistan-minor-hindu-girls/