The hijacking of Hindu-Sikh girls in Pakistan and conversion of forced religion has not stopped. Now it has been reported that another Hindu girl has been abducted and converted. A Hindu girl was abducted from the Trade Management Institute (IBA) in Sukkur, Sindh province of Pakistan, and forced to convert.
The kidnapped girl has been identified as Renuka Kumari. A graduate student kidnapped her from college, where she was pursuing a bachelor’s degree at the Business Management Institute. In a Facebook post by the All Pakistan Hindu Panchayat and a not-for-profit organization, it was claimed that the girl left for college on August 29 and then went missing. Sources said that in this connection, the police arrested the brother of the accused young man last night. She is currently in custody.
Sources say the ANI Has confirmed that the kidnapped girl is at the residence of Mirza Dilawar Beg, a Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) activist in Sialkot. According to sources, Renuka was forcibly converted, in the same way, that other girls belonging to the minority community were forced to convert.
The incident took place at a time when the case of 19-year-old Jagjit Kaur in Pakistan was constantly on the headlines. Jagjit Kaur was married to a Muslim man in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Earlier, he too was converted.