India has expressed its grave concern to Pakistan about Pakistan's abduction of Hindu girls and for shameful incidents of forced conversion. India has asked Pakistan to take steps to protect the minority community in this regard.
Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan gave this information to Rajya Sabha in written reply to a question from Rajya Sabha member Rajkumar Dhoot. He was questioned whether the government has information regarding the kidnapping of Hindu girls in Pakistan and their forcible conversion changes in Pakistan.
The minister said that the government has been getting reports of problems coming from time to time to members of minority communities living in Pakistan from time to time. These include problems of kidnapping of Hindu girls and their forced conversion in Pakistan.
The minister said that earlier this year there have been reports about the abduction of two minor Hindu sisters and two Hindu girls living in Pakistan's Sindh province, and forcibly accepting Islam's religion. There are many other cases which do not report any kind of reports in local newspapers or media.
The minister said, "The government has shared its grave concerns with Pakistan regarding these embarrassing incidents of kidnapping and forcible conversion, and the Pakistani side has been told that they have done the right thing right. He will fulfill his constitutional obligations to safeguard, protect, protect and promote their welfare of their citizens, especially minority communities. Significantly, Pakistan's record on minority and human rights issues has been poor. The issue of forced conversion in Pakistan has also been raised in the United Nations.