Pakistan: Another girl kidnapped, forcibly coverted to Islam
Pakistan: Another girl kidnapped, forcibly coverted to Islam

Islamabad : Pakistan's human rights activists and people from the Indian community started demonstrations outside the Pakistani High Commission in London on Monday, 17 February 2020. The people had gone to protest in Pakistan's Sindh province to protest against forcibly making a teenager a Muslim and marrying a Muslim man from Sunday, February 16, 2020.

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One of the protesters said, 'We are demonstrating to protect the human rights of minority girls outside the Pakistani High Commission. Be it Christian, Sikh or Hindu. They are being kidnapped and forcibly converted to Muslims. The 14-year-old teenager was also kidnapped and made a Muslim. We want a complete ban on Islamic conversion and especially conversion of minorities.

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Investigation has revealed that a minor teenager was abducted by a middle aged youth on January 15, 2020 in Jacobabad district of Sindh province. At the same time, the teenager had said that he was forcibly converted to Islam. Islamic fundamentalists were shocked by this. He threatened to kill the girl, claiming her guilty of blasphemy. After this, the teenager changed his statement in the court. Before sentencing in this case, the court sent him to Dar-ul-Aman in Larkana district for 11 days.

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Indian society of Britain is organizing a protest against this incident under the aegis of the Lalkar Social Forum. The protesters also included Mir Salim, the organizer of the International Friends of Sindh, who had come from Germany to participate in it.

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