14-year-old Christian girl kidnapped in Pakistan, community people protest against the act

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Faisalabad, Pakistan: A 14-yesr-old Christian girl was kidnapped in Faisalabad. The parents of the girls have alleged that she was kidnapped for rape.

A large number of people gather in Faisalabad’s District Council Chowk to protest against the kidnapping.

According to reports, police have registered the case but the country’s minority community is not happy with the police enquiry and said that courts are open at night for the powerful people but will not open for a minority girl.

Earlier, Pakistan’s top court opened during the political tussle in the country in which Imran Khan was ousted as the country’s Prime Minister.

Demonstraters from the Masih Community chanted the slogans “Kholo KholoAdalat Kholo”.

They have urged the people to protest against the incident till the recovery of the minor girl.

Multiple human rights organisations and reports had been accusing the Pakistan government of not taking necessary actions over the rising crimes against Hindus and other minorities in the country.

In November 2021, human rights activists claimed that every year 1000 Christian and Hindu girls are forced to convert to Islam.

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