Jacobabad: Hindu girl 14-old-year has been kidnapped from Jacobabad, Sindh. The Rise News talked to her father whose name is Vijya Kumar said that her girl is first of two girls and she is a student of tenth class. She went to school and since then did not return home.
“My daughter is a young girl and Ali Raza who has kidnapped her. He has two wives and four children. He is a labouror.” “How can my daughter like him,” asks Vijay Kumar.
Girl has been converted to Islam and married off to Ali Raza Solgani, 28-year-old.
Girl has converted to Islam at Dargah Amrot Sharif, in Shikarpur [distance between Jacobabad and Shikarpur, 41 Kilometers]. Since, two day, the police failed to recover her.
Now, Parents have lodged First Information Report [FIR].
Lalchand Seetlani, president at Jacobabad Panchayat says that Hindus have been suffering – we do not have basic facilities in Jacobabad. We are made to pay electricity bills of others. If we do not pay then we face troubles. This is our status in the state of Pakistan.
“Man who earns 300 rupees, has kidnapped our daughter; and state is reluctant to help us. And, religious clerics convert our daughters to Islam by issuing their fake certificate.” Hindus are no more son of soil – let those who are not son of soil live, here.
I have visited other Muslim countries where they do not convert Non-Muslims girls to Islam. “Wonder, why they convert Non-Muslims to Islam in Pakistan – our daughter are not available for Muslims men,” says Lalchand Seetlani.
We [Hindus] demand United Nations help us – now, we want to leave Pakistan. It is not for Hindus, Non-Muslims.
“Hindu girls’ kidnapping have not been lessened because we do not have law on conversion,” said Nand Kumar Golkani, PML-F and member of Sindh Assembly presented a bill on forced conversion in 2016 – adding – he wondered when Sindh government’s minister Nasir Shah claimed that forced conversion bill had been discussed at cabinet and soon, would bring in Sindh Assembly. But, forced Conversion Bill has not been presented in Sindh Assembly despite made promises by Sindh government.
The Rise News sent messages to Minister Nasir Shah – did not respond to us.
We cannot do anything if ruling party is reluctant to legislate a law on forced conversion.
Sindh government had legislated Child Marriage Restraint Act – according to bill underage child is not allowed to merry off to men.
Update: News has been updated with additional information
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