Pakistan still busy in abduction and conversion of minorities even as world fights with Covid: Sirsa

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New Delhi, April 25, 2020 (Yes Punjab News)

The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) President Mr. Manjinder Singh Sirsa has said that when the world is busy with tackling COVID-19 crisis, Pakistan is still busy in abduction, conversion and forcefully marrying minor daughters of minorities.

Reacting to abduction of two minor hindu girls Suthi and Shama in Sindh province of Pakistan, Mr. Sirsa said that it is shocking to see that abductor is real brother of Pir Faisal Shah Jeelani member of National Assembly of Pakistan. He said that with the use of force from police and help of government these girls were forcefully taken to a court where these girls cried and urged to let them to return to their parents but not one heeded to their voice.

Mr. Sirsa said that it is shameful to note that Faisal has threatened the family to not to air their voice or otherwise they will abduct more minor girls of minorities. He said that this crime of abduction, conversion and marrying minor daughters of minorities is regular feature in Sindh.

Mr. Sirsa urged Pakistan PM Mr. Imran Khan to immediately intervene in the matter and ensure return of these minor girls to their parents. He said that this crime of conversion, abduction and marrying minor daughters should be stopped immediately. He said that minorities are facing persecution, not getting justice and constantly facing atrocities.

He said urged the PM to work for safety of minorities and poor people and ensure a safe life for them.


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