Thirty-five years old Hindu man, whose name was Laloo Kachhi was beaten, which resulted in death in Kunri, a small town of District Umarkot (old name: Amarkot) Sindh.
Laloo Kachhi was protecting his sister from the abductors on December 26, 2022. He was severely hit by a rod and beaten. Alleged abductor Abdullah Khoso and his accomplices had abducted his sister and violently attacked Laloo. Kachhi was hospitalized and died of injuries today, January 1, 2023.
Alleged abductor Khoso, a month ago, abducted his married sister, 25. When a girl was presented to the court, she gave a statement in favor of her parents despite the pressure of abductors. “She wants to live with her parents.”
Khoso appeared last December 2022 and did not only abduct a girl, but he and his accomplices attacked Kacchi severely. The victim’s family does not know where the girl is.
Shiva Kachhi, Laloo’s kin, said that when the court allowed the girl to stay with her family, why she was abducted, and her brother, who was beaten – he succumbed to his severe wounds in the hospital.
The victim’s family is on the verge of filing a murder case against Khoso. Laloo Kachhi was married and left behind a wife and four children.
Sindhis Hindus feel threatened
Last December 44, Diya Bheel was savagely murdered. Her mutilated body was found in the field, and she was beheaded, and her breasts were chopped off. The police have yet to arrest the killer. The state has failed to protect Non-Muslims in the country.
The reports claim that more minor girls are abducted and married off to adults after conversion.
Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah stated on December 10, 2022, that his government would protect minorities and would look into the Forced Conversion Bill. On December 19, Urmila Maheshwari from Karachi was abducted, and the family still wanted to know her daughter’s whereabouts.
Another Chanda Maharaj, 16, girl, since October 2022, has been in Shelter Home. The medical report established that a girl was a minor, and according to Child Marriage Restraint Act Sindh, no girl or boy under 18 can marry.