Hindu Women in Pakistan Faces Religious Persecution

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Another case of religious persecution of minorities has come up in Pakistan. Hindus in Sindh province have alleged that the Islamic group Tablighi Jamaat tortured them and demolished their homes. Along with this, a Hindu boy was also kidnapped for refusing to adopt Islam. A video of Sindh was widely shared on social media, in which Hindus are opposing forced conversion.

Women, children holding hand-written posters against the Tabligi Jamaat, were seen protesting at Matiyar’s Nasarpur. During this time Hindus used to say, “We would like to die, but would never adopt Islam.”

On behalf of the protesters, a woman said her assets were confiscated, vandalized and she was beaten. The woman said that she was being told that if she wanted to return home, she would have to convert to Islam.

Begged to free his son from Jamaat

In another video, a woman is seen lying on the ground stating that her son has been kidnapped by members of the Tabligi Jamaat. The woman is begging freedom for her son. The persecution of Hindus and Christians continues in Pakistan’s Sindh and Punjab provinces.

The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) recently said that there have been religiously motivated attacks on minority communities during the tenure of the Imran Khan government.

Both Hindu and Christian communities in Sindh and Punjab also faced a large number of forced conversions last year. Recalling past events, the commission said that girls under 14 were abducted, forcibly converted and were married in Punjab and Sindh. The Commission said that people belonging to minority communities are facing persecution and the Hindu community is feeling insecure as they are persecuted by accusing them of blasphemy.

Hindu community has been targeted for a long time.The Commission says the Hindu community has been targeted for a long time. The commission said, “They are also forced to learn Islamic studies in school. There are also some concerns that there are not enough burial places for the Christian community and cremation grounds for Hindu society. In 2014, the Pakistani court approved religious tolerance. ” It was directed to reform the curriculum, take action against dishonesty in the media, form a special police force for place of worship and a task force for initial registration. But HRCP said that nothing has happened in this regard so far.

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