Pakistani Sikh family accused of abducting daughter by Muslim man, police ‘reluctant’ to file complaint – Times of India

Amritsar: Family members of a Pakistani Sikh woman alleges pir baby The city police of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province (KPK) refused to register a complaint related to the “kidnapping” of a Muslim man.
Dina’s family Kauri (25) on Sunday alleged that he was not being allowed to meet his daughter, even as the police saved her. Mother Asha said that she came to know that the police found both Kaur and Muslim man Hesbollah and they were at the police station. “But they (police) are not letting us meet him.”
According to sources, Kaur, a teacher, had allegedly eloped with Hesbollah, but local police in Buner district refused to register a family complaint of kidnapping, following which members of the Sikh, Hindu and Muslim community in several districts of KPK started protesting. So that family members can meet him.
Sant Singh, the granthi of the local gurdwara, alleged that “the Buner district administration was behind the abduction of Kaur, who was forced to sign the ‘nikahnama’ and other documents.” “We will not tolerate the arbitrariness of Buner district administration. We appeal to the global Sikh community to support us and pressurize the Government of Pakistan to deliver justice.
Meanwhile, in India, BJP Sikh leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa has urged the External Affairs Minister S Jaishanker To take up the issue of Kaur’s alleged abduction and forced marriage with her Pakistani counterpart and ask him to ensure her release.
The woman’s father Gurcharan Lal Gandhi said that Kaur was engaged to Munish Kumar and was about to get married. “I have three daughters and a son. My family is under a lot of stress and worried since the abduction,” said Gandhi, a medical technician.
Ajay Soran Singh, president of Buner’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, confirmed that the family claimed that the woman was abducted by daily wage laborer Hesbollah and the police were not allowing them to meet her.