In a distressing series of events, multiple cases of abductions and forced conversions of minor Hindu girls have been reported, shedding light on the precarious situation faced by the minority Hindu community in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
In the latest development, a minor Hindu girl named Nazia, daughter of Baadal Bheel, has been forcefully converted to Islam after being abducted by a radical Islamist named, Babar Ali in Larkana, Pakistan occupied Sindh. Similarly from Pak-occupied Sindh’s Tando Allahyar, minor Hindu Varsha Kolhi became victim of abduction and forced conversion. Varsha was reportedly, abducted by Nazeer Buledi.
Apart from Nazia and Varsha, Lali Bheel, another minor Hindu girl was also abducted. This time the perpetrator named, Abdullah barged into the girl’s house in Umerkot city of Pakistan occupied Sindh and abducted her at the gunpoint. Despite recurring incidents of targeted abductions and conversions, the law enforcement has mostly remained numb while taking the action.
These abduction and conversion cases of minor Hindu girls, yet again underscore a deeply disturbing trend of harassment and persecution, particularly targeting minority Hindus. These acts appear to be driven by a bigoted pursuit of Islamization, leaving the vulnerable Hindu women and girls at the forefront of this alarming situation.