ISLAMABAD: State Minister of Interior Shehryar Afridi has taken notice of the forced conversion and marriage of two Hindu sisters who belonged to Daharki Sindh here on Sunday.
State Minister of Interior Shehrayar Afridi has sought a detailed report into this matter from Inspector General of Sindh Police.
Shehryar Afridi while commenting on the matter has said that both girls are Pakistan’s responsibility and the government will ensure their safe return.
Earlier today, Federal Minister of Information and Broadcasting Fawad Hussain Chaudhry informed that the Prime Minister of Pakistan has taken notice of the forced abduction and conversion of two Hindu sisters in Sindh.
Fawad Chaudhry took to Twitter and informed that the Prime Minister of Pakistan has taken notice of the issue and ordered CM Punjab to probe the matter further as the latest reports suggest that they both have been taken to Rahim Yar Khan after their abduction.
He wrote on his timeline; “The PM has ordered Punjab CM to probe the matter of alleged forced conversion of two Hindu sisters as the latest reports suggest that they both have been taken to Punjab’s Rahim Yar Khan district.”
“The PM has also ordered to recover the girls as soon as possible,” he added.
“The white colour represents the minorities in our country both of the provincial government should jointly-work to counter such issues,” he concluded.
It is pertinent to mention here that two Hindu sisters were allegedly abducted from Daharki area of Sindh province and were taken to Rahim Yar Khan Punjab.
A social media confessional video was surfaced which showed that the two sisters have accepted Islam but the family came out to protest as they believed that they were forced to issue a confessional statement.