Shameless India after killing thousands of minority Muslims, seeks report from Pakistan over two Hindu girls
NEW DELHI - In a surprise, Indian government after killing and harassing Muslim and other minorities in India have sought report from Pakistan over alleged forcible conversion of two Hindu girls.
Amid alleged reports of forced marriage of two minor Hindu sisters in Pakistan's Sindh province, Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Sunday sought a report from Indian High Commissioner in Islamabad.
The two minor Hindu sisters were allegedly forcibly married after being converted to Islam in Pakistan's Sindh province, triggering protests by the minority community.
The two girls, 13-year-old Raveena and 15-year-old Reena, were allegedly kidnapped by a group of "influential" men from their home in Ghotki district on the eve of Holi.