Sikh girl kidnap in Pakistan: forced marriage by changing religion, Manjinder Sirsa said – will talk to foreign minister

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Sikh family demanding justice for their daughter in Pakistan.

Sikh girl Dina Kaur was kidnapped and forcibly married in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on Saturday. Not only this, before the marriage of the Sikh girl, her religion was also converted. When the family sought help from the police for justice, the police officials refused to even accept their complaint.

Dina Kaur, daughter of Gurbachan Singh, who lives in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, is a teacher. On Saturday morning she left her house to go to school. He was kidnapped on the way before reaching school. After this his religion was changed and he was forced to get married. When Gurbachan Singh and the people of the area went to the police after learning of Dina Kaur being kidnapped, the police asked them to keep quiet, saying that the girl had converted to religion. The police officers did not even register the FIR of Gurbachan Singh.

Demonstration against atrocities by Sikhs in Pakistan.

Families on the streets for justice

Dina Kaur’s father Gurbachan Singh told that her daughter was kidnapped yesterday by the arrangements. After this, the daughter was forced to convert to religion and got married. He appealed to the police to the administration, but no one gave a calm answer. Gurbachan Singh said that he will continue to protest on the streets till he is given justice.

Appeal for intervention from the Ministry of External Affairs

Meanwhile, BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa condemned the entire incident and said that human rights are being violated in Pakistan. Sirsa said that a Sikh family is giving dharna on the streets for justice. India, the entire Sikh community and the Indian government stand with the bereaved family in this difficult time. Sirsa said that he would talk to the External Affairs Minister of India Dr. S Jaishankar on this issue and urge him to take up the issue vigorously with the Pakistani government.

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