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Sikh Girl Who Went To Visit Kartarpur Gurudwara Goes Missing, Pakistan Police Arrest 4 Men

Darpan News Desk IANS, 02 Dec, 2019
  • Sikh Girl Who Went To Visit Kartarpur Gurudwara Goes Missing, Pakistan Police Arrest 4 Men

A Sikh girl who went to visit the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, Kartarpur in Pakistan with a religious jatha has gone missing. The girl went missing three days ago

 

Pakistan police have arrested four men from Lahore and Faisalabad in connection with the incident.

 

Delhi MLA Manjinder S Sirsa, revealing the details about the incident tweeted that the sikh girl Manjit Kaur was from Haryana who went to Gurdwara Sri Kartarpur Sahib with a jatha 3 days ago

 

“She was reported to visit Pak to meet Pakistani boy who allured her, “ he claimed.

 

“She was sent back to India when Pak rangers spotted her.”

 
 
 

Pakistan has witnessed numerous cases of kidnappings and forced conversions of non-Muslim girls recently.

 

A Hindu girl was abducted, forced to convert to Islam and forcibly marry a Muslim man in October. A young girl Chandri Kolhi from Noukot, Mirpurkhas, was allegedly abducted, converted and married to Allah Dino in October.

 

Just a week before the incident, a group of Muslim men kidnapped a young girl in Sindh and her family claimed she was forcibly converted to Islam. A Hindu girl Namrita Chandani, a first-year medical student from Sindh’s Ghotki was found dead on a cot with a piece of cloth tied around her neck while her room was locked from inside. The police claimed that the girl committed suicide but her family members maintained that she was murdered. The victim’s brother, a medical consultant claimed that preliminary medical checkup showed that she was murdered.

 

According to a US-based Sindhi Foundation, over 1000 young Sindhi Hindu girls between the age of 12 and 28 are abducted, forcibly married and converted to Islam.

 
 
 
 

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