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Sunday, 28 July 2013

Pakistan Christian Congress urge action on protection of Minority women.

KARACHI: PCC Chief has urged the Sindh Chief Minister Sayed Qaim Ali Shah to protect Christian and Hindu women in different remote areas of Sindh districts. The Central Executive Council (CEC) of Pakistan Christian Congress PCC has strongly condemned rising incidents of enforced conversion to Islam of minority community women in interior Sindh; and expressed grief over the minority issues.

In a meeting by the Members of CEC of Pakistan Christian Congress has urged Syed Qaim Ali Shah, Chief Minister of Sindh, to provide adequate security to a Christian family in Pardi-ji-Goth in Sanghar district of Sindh to whom a Muslim is threatening of enforced conversion to Islam and marriage with him of a Christian girl of that family. Dr. Nazir S Bhatti, President of Pakistan Christian Congress PCC said "There are hundreds of Hindu families migrating to India to safe respect of their women whom influential Muslims of interior Sindh are kidnapping and enforcedly keeping as sex slaves but Christians of Sindh of not any country to migrate who are also under threat of Muslims towards their women". According to Hindu Punchaiat of Sindh, 20 Hindu girls in interior Sindh are abducted, raped and sold in marriage to Muslims after enforced conversion to Islam by influential Muslim landlords.

There was 20 percent Hindu population of Pakistan in 1947, when Pakistan was formed which decreases to 2% in 2013, because due to atrocities in social and economic fields by Muslim majority of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Hindus have migrated to India. Dr. Nazir Bhatti invited immediate attention of CM Sindh on incident of Padri Jo Goth in district Sanghar where one criminal Muslim named Ghulam Mohammad with support of local police is threatening one 

Christian girl Nazia and her family to marry him and convert to Islam. According to fides news agency, "Nazia is a nurse who worked in the hospital in Cheniot. The Muslim Ghulam Muhammad began to harass her and put pressure to force her into marriage and convert to Islam, threatening to disfigure her with acid, if she did not accept". "Pakistan Christian Congress PCC will be forced to raise issue of threats to Nazia Masih on national and international forums if Syed Qaim Ali Shah, Chief Minister of Sindh, not took action against Ghulam Mohammad and security to Christian family within 3 days", warned the PCC Chief Dr. Nazir Bhatti, added that the government of Pakistan have failed to provide security to Hindus and Christians when Christian homes are being set on fire and blasphemy cases against Christian are rising in Punjab province while Hindus are target in Sindh province of Pakistan.

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