Sushma Swaraj ask High Commissioner on Hindu girls' conversion to Islam before marriage

Mar 24 2019 12:15 PM
Sushma Swaraj ask High Commissioner on Hindu girls' conversion to Islam before marriage

New Delhi: On Sunday, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj asked Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan to send a report after two minor Hindu girls were said to be kidnapped and forcefully converted to Islam before being married. The EAM tweeted "I have asked Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan to send a report on this. @IndiainPakistan Two Hindu girls abducted on Holi eve in Pakistan's Sindh,".

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Here it is to be noted that replying to Swaraj, Indian High Commission said, "Ma'am, we are aware of this case and sending details shortly." As this incidents came in eve of Holi days the duo, who are sisters, were allegedly abducted in Pakistan's Sindh province, triggering protests by the minority community. On the eve of Holi, a group of 'influential' men kidnapped 13-year-old Raveena and 15-year-old Reena from their home in Ghotki district.

On the eve of Holi, a group of 'influential' men kidnapped 13-year-old Raveena and 15-year-old Reena from their home in Ghotki district. Here it is worth mentioning that following the abduction, a video went viral in which a cleric was reportedly shown solemnising the Nikah (marriage) of Raveena and Reena. To be noted that in another video, the two sisters were seen claiming that they embraced Islam themselves and were not forced to covert or get married. On the eve of Holi, a group of 'influential' men kidnapped 13-year-old Raveena and 15-year-old Reena from their home in Ghotki district.

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