Minor Hindu girl abducted and forcibly converted to Islam in Pakistan by Islamic cleric Mian Mithoo

While Pakistani Prime Minister preaches Bharat about its treatment of Muslims, Hindu girls in his country are routinely abducted and forcibly converted to Islam.

In a video which is going viral on social media influential Islamic cleric Mian Mithoo can be seen forcing Kavita Kumari to embrace Islam.

13-year-old Kavita was recently abducted from Ghotki area of Sindh province and allegedly taken to Mian Mithoo, who then forced the Hindu minor to embrace Islam.

The video was first shared by Pakistani human rights activist Rahat Austin.

Brutalities against minorities continue unabated in Pakistan and this is not the first time that a minor Hindu girl has been abducted and forcibly converted to Islam.

There have been multiple reports of persecution of minorities in Pakistan including the Muslim minority Ahmadiyas, which Pakistan fails to recognize as a sect amongst Muslims.

Big role 2019 Ghotki riots

Last year, Mian Mithoo led an angry mob of Muslims which vandalized the Hindu Temple in Ghotki district of Sindh province last year in September.

As per the details, an angry mob lead by the Islamic cleric vandalized a Hindu Temple during which several homes of the Hindu community were also attacked by a violent mob.

Mian Mithu first shot into limelight in 2012 after forced abduction and conversion of a young Hindu girl Rinkle Kumari – daughter of a local school teacher Nand Laal.

Talking to The New York Times, Nand Laal called Mian Mithoo a terrorist and a thug alleging that he keeps the girls in his home for sexual purposes.

The cleric who leads a lavish lifestyle and always travels with armed escorts has been a member of parliament from 2008-2013.

-by Sidharth Shekhar

(This article was first published on timesnownews.com on 14 May, 2020)

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