Pakistan’s Sindh province has been notorious for cruelty to Hindus and every year hundreds of girls are converted to Islam, for which the Government of Pakistan continues to be criticized.
oi-Abhijat Shekhar Azad
Pakistani Hindu: Brutality continues with the Hindu population in Pakistan and this time a married Hindu woman has been vandalized in Sindh, the southern Sindh province of the Islamic country. A woman from Sindh province has said that she was abducted after threatening to convert to Islam and raped when she refused to convert. After this sensational incident, serious questions have once again arisen on the security of minorities in Pakistan.
There is brutality with a married Hindu woman.
A married woman from Sindh has said in a video uploaded on social media that she was raped in Samro town of Umerkot district and the police are yet to register a case against the suspects. At the same time, a Hindu local leader has said that till Sunday, the police in Mirpurkhas have not even registered an FIR against the accused for the brutality meted out to a married woman. The local leader said that “the girl and her family members are sitting outside the police station, but no case has been registered so far.”
married hindu woman
The Hindu woman, who is already married, claimed in her video that she was abducted by Ibrahim Mangrio, Punho Mangrio and their accomplice. The woman claims that the accused threatened her and asked her to convert, but when she refused, she was raped for three days. The victim said that she has returned home after escaping from the kidnappers. Abduction and forced conversion of young Hindu girls has become a major problem in the interior of Sindh. Let us tell you that Thar, Umarkot, Mirpurkhas, Ghotki and Khairpur areas have a large Hindu population. Most of the members of the Hindu community are laborers. In June last year, teenage Hindu girl Karina Kumari told a court here that she was forcibly converted to Islam and married to a Muslim man.
Brutality is common with Hindu girls
In March last year in Pakistan, three Hindu girls Satran Od, Kavita Bhil and Anita Bhil were abducted, converted to Islam and forcibly married to Muslim men within eight days. In another case, on March 21 last year, Pooja Kumari, a resident of Sukkur, was brutally shot dead outside her house. Apparently, a Pakistani man wanted to marry her but she refused and a few days later he and two of his accomplices opened fire on her. Not only young teenage girls, but older Hindu women have also been victims of kidnapping and forced conversion in Pakistan. Recently, Ghori Kohli, a mother of four children, was abducted from Khipro in Sindh and it was later revealed that she was forcibly converted to Islam and later married to the accused Ejaz Marri.
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Story first published: Monday, January 23, 2023, 12:58 [IST]