Hindu Girl Abducted In Pakistan’s Sindh Sparking Outrage, Protests

Hindu Woman Kidnapped In Pakistan’s Sindh Sparking Outrage, Protests

A Hindu woman, Priya Kumari, was kidnapped in Sukkur in Sindh province of Pakistan, sparking protests and outrage from the minority group.

Hindu Girl Abducted In Pakistan's Sindh Sparking Outrage, Protests
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Pakistan Information: Protests erupted in Dera Murad Jamali metropolis of Pakistan’s Balochistan over the kidnapping of a younger Hindu woman, who was reportedly kidnapped from Sukkur metropolis within the Sindh province just a few days in the past.

Condemning the kidnapping, outraged members of Pakistan’s minority Hindu group hit the streets in Dera Murad Jamali demanding motion towards the woman’s kidnappers and urged the Sindh authorities to rescue her, Pakistan-based Daybreak reported.

Protests towards Sindh authorities

The protesters, which included native merchants, voiced their frustration, accusing the Sindh authorities of  incompetence over the failure to hint and rescue Priya Kumari— a Hindu woman who was kidnapped from Sukkur metropolis within the Sindh province not too long ago.

Carrying placards, the protesters raised slogans towards the Sindh authorities, claiming that the kidnapping of harmless youngsters has turn into a routine within the Province. The protesters additionally alleged that safety state of affairs for spiritual minorities in Sindh had taken a nosedive, the report by The Daybreak mentioned.

Muslim leaders be part of protest

The protest, led by senior Hindu leaders of the area, Mukhi Manak Lal and Seth Tara Chand, additionally drew members from varied sections of society, together with influential leaders from the Muslim majority similar to Taj Baloch, who represented merchants, Liaqat Ali Chakar from JI’s youth wing, Mir Jan Mengal, president of the wholesale market, Molana Nawabuddin Domki, Khan Jan Bangulazi, and Harpal Das.

The leaders urged Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah to take instant and decisive motion to make sure the secure return of the woman and to ship justice to the minority group.

The protesters warned of nationwide protests if their calls for go unheeded.

Rights physique condemns spiritual persecutions

Human Rights Focus Pakistan (HRFP) has additionally strongly condemned the spiritual persecutions of minorities in Pakistan and urged the subsequent authorities to convey laws of equal standing for all communities.

HRFP has highlighted that many individuals from Christians, Hindus, Ahmadiyya Muslims, Sikhs and different communities have been victimised in several assaults throughout the previous couple of months.

“The newly elected representatives and the federal government should make laws for equal standing of all residents as per founding father of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s imaginative and prescient and ideas,” it acknowledged.

HRFP President Naveed Walter famous that a number of alarming incidents have been reported to this point this yr.

“The latest instances are addition to struggling, and the rising numbers has made minorities extra susceptible,” HRFP added.

Established in 1994, the HRFP works for the the promotion and safety of human rights, with particular focus to non secular minorities, girls and youngsters in Pakistan.

(With inputs from companies)



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