Days after two minor Hindu girls were abducted and forcibly converted to Islam, another under-aged Hindu girl was kidnapped in Pakistan’s Sindh Province.
In the latest incidence, a 16-year girl named Mala Kumari Meghwar was abducted from her home at Badin district of Sindh on Monday night. According to reports, the police refused to help when the family approached for help.
Later, the police registered FIR based on the complaint of the 16-year-old’s father, the incident occurred at Dhani Buksh Pitafi village on the night of March 16 and 17.
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According to reports, four men barged into their house at around 3 am, kidnapped the minor girl to a vehicle waiting outside the home.
Just a few days back two minor sisters, Reena (15) and Raveena (13) were abducted from Sindh and they were later forcibly converted to Islam and married off to Muslims on the eve of Holi. Seven such incidents have been reported from Sindh Province in the duration of one month. Two Hindus were also killed in this one month.