The safety of Hindus in Pakistan is a growing concern, highlighted by a tragic incident in Sindh. Radical Islamist doctors drugged and raped Seema Rani, a Hindu girl from Tando Mohammad Khan City, while she was unconscious. She had been hospitalized at an Indus Medical University Hospital for kidney issues. Seema’s condition worsened, and the culprits fled the hospital. They rushed her to Hyderabad, but sadly, she didn’t survive.
This case sheds light on the dire situation for Hindu girls in Pakistan, especially in Sindh where most Hindus live. These women are often abducted, raped, forcibly converted, and married off to much older abductors. Law enforcement often remains silent, contributing to the rise in such cases. The government’s lack of action is a significant concern, as the perpetrators are Muslims, while the victims are Hindus, seen as ‘kefirs.’ It’s a distressing situation that calls for urgent attention and intervention.
Every year, the situation for Hindus and Christians in Pakistan worsens, with approximately 1,000 girls falling victim to abduction and forced conversion to Islam.This alarming trend is particularly prevalent in Sindh, where the majority of Hindus reside. Older abductors often force these young girls to marry them. The government’s inaction is especially troubling since it indirectly supports such acts, with the perpetrators being Muslims and the victims Hindus, often labeled as ‘kefirs.’ This ongoing crisis demands immediate attention and intervention to protect the rights and safety of minority communities in Pakistan.