India summons Pak envoys for kidnapping Sikh girls: report

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There were protests by the Sikh community in Delhi in front of the Pakistani High Commission. (Representative)

New Delhi:

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MEA) has summoned a senior official from the Pakistani High Commission on the kidnapping of a Sikh girl in Pakistan, according to sources.

This happened after Gurdwara Panja Sahib’s daughter Granthi disappeared in Pakistan.

After the kidnapping of Sikh girls, the Sikh community protested in front of the Pakistani high commission on Monday.

“This has been going on for years, when the Sikh community in Pakistan has been subjected to violence. Girls have been kidnapped and are subjected to forcible conversions. The whole country must be drawn into this fight,” said MS Sirsa, head of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee. Delhi told reporters.

There are several historical Sikh Gurudwaras in Pakistan who are either in a shabby state or occupied by the land mafia and locals.

The Sikhs are persecuted all over Pakistan. There are many cases where Sikh girls are kidnapped, forcibly converted to Islam, and married to Muslims.

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