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Hindu community lodges strong protest over forced conversion and abduction of minor Hindu girls: Sindh, Pakistan

In a country where the rights of minorities are increasingly under threat, Faqir Shiva Kachhi, a Hindu rights activist, has recorded a powerful protest against forced conversion at Mirpurkhas press club, Sindh, Pakistan. The activist, who has been advocating for the rights of the minority communities in the country, has called for urgent action to protect the rights of Hindus and other minorities in Pakistan.

According to Kachhi, every year thousands of minor Hindu girls are kidnapped and forcibly converted to Islam in Pakistan. The situation has been getting worse day by day, and the government has been criticized for failing to take effective measures to address the issue. Kachhi has been raising awareness about the issue and has been advocating for the rights of the minority communities in the country.

Protest by Hindus outside Mirpurkhas press club, Sindh

“The situation for Hindus and other minorities in Pakistan is becoming increasingly dangerous. Every year, thousands of minor Hindu girls are kidnapped and forcibly converted to Islam. This is a serious violation of their rights, and urgent action is needed to protect them,” said Kachhi.

The issue of forced conversions and discrimination against minorities has been a major concern in Pakistan for several years now. Despite assurances by the government to address the issue, cases of abduction, forced conversions, and discrimination against minorities continue to be reported in the country. Human rights organizations and activists have been calling for urgent action to protect the rights of minorities and ensure that they are able to live in safety and security.

“The government must take immediate action to address the issue of forced conversions and discrimination against minorities. The rights of all citizens, regardless of their religion or ethnicity, must be protected. We appeal to the leaders of the world to listen to our concerns and take action to ensure that the rights of minorities in Pakistan are protected,” said Kachhi.

The situation for minorities in Pakistan remains precarious, and urgent action is needed to address the issue. The government must take concrete steps to ensure the safety and security of all citizens, regardless of their religion or ethnicity, and put an end to the growing trend of persecution and discrimination. It is time for the world to listen to the concerns of minorities in Pakistan and take action to protect their rights.

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