India has seen reports of minor girls belonging to religious minorities being abducted, raped, forcibly converted, and married in Pakistan, said Pawan Badhe, first secretary in India’s permanent mission in Geneva. India termed forced conversions of girls from the minority community in Pakistan “a daily phenomenon.”
He claims, around 1000 girls from religious minorities are forcibly converted in Pakistan every year.
Pakistan’s conversion activities happen with State support.
Pakistan has failed to protect these victims of rape, abduction, forced marriage, and forced conversion from exploitation by extremist mullahs and Islamic fundamentalist groups.
“Systemic persecution of minorities, including Christians, Ahmadiya, Sikhs, Hindus through Draconian blasphemy laws, forced conversions and marriages and extrajudicial killings, has become a regular phenomenon in Pakistan. Holy and ancient sites of religious minorities in Pakistan have been attacked and vandalized,” Pawan Badhe added.
Download Organiser Mobile App:
Mobile App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...
Visit Us At:
Follow us on:
Background Music Credits: https://www.bensound.com
Former diplomats, military experts have expressed concerns over the developing situation, as there are elements in the government and military of Pakistan who support Islamic extremism. Islamabad: After the Taliban's return to Afghanistan, various former diplomats, military experts have expressed concerns over the collapse of the Islamabad government as the Taliban has expressed its intention about developing its nuclear programme, said foreign policy expert Fabien Baussart. In ...