Sikh girl on Kartarpur pilgrimage reported missing

In a filmy-style act, an Indian Sikh woman visiting the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan's Kartarpur tried to go to Faisalabad city of Punjab province without a visa to meet a Pakistani man she befriended on Facebook, officials said on Tuesday.
Manjit Kaur, in her early 20s, visited the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib via the Kartarpur corridor, some 125kms from Lahore, in last week of November, sources said.
Kaur, who was in touch with the man through Facebook, met him at the gurdwara and attempted to go along with him to Faisalabad by showing a Pakistani woman's permit.
Indian pilgrims can visit the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib through the recently-opened Kartarpur corridor without visa but cannot go to the other parts of Pakistan.
"This is the first incident in which an Indian Sikh woman attempted to leave the restricted area of the Kartarpur corridor since its opening on November 9," a senior official of the Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) told PTI.
He said the woman wanted to go along with the Pakistani man but the security officials did not let her cross the restricted area.
    While Pakistani officials said she hailed from Amritsar, media reports in India claimed that she is from Rohtak, Haryana.
    "The security officials sent the Indian woman back and also informed their counterpart about it," he said. The Pakistani security officials detained the man along with his two friends, including a woman.
    After interrogating the man in question and his two other friends for several hours they were allowed to go home, the sources said.
    The Kartarpur corridor connects Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur with Dera Baba Nanak shrine in Gurdaspur district of India's Punjab.
    A sikh girl (19) who embraced Islam in the presence of a large number of people and adopted the Muslim name "Ayesha" and she then married to a Muslim boy on her own will.but Indian media and BJP plus RSS leaders who are highly terrified with the opening of Karatar pur corridor are engaged in anti Muslim propaganda and they were fanning hatred against Muslims living in Indian Punjab. Indian media  trying to put dust in the eyes of the World by saying that In Pakistan, many such incidents are regularly reported where Hindu, Sikh and Christian girls are forcibly converted to Islam and married to Muslim men. There is no truth in this story that a Sikh girl who went to visit Gurudwara Kartarpur Sahib with a jatha (procession) three days ago has been reported missing in Pakistan. Pakistan police have arrested four men from Lahore and Faisalabad in connection with the incident. No further details were immediately available.
    A Pakistani Sikh girl, who was missing for a number of days, surfaced after she was forcibly converted to Islam and made to marry a Muslim man in Nankana Sahib Area of Lahore. Her family has lodged an FIR and in a video appeal urged Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to take action against the culprits.If Kerala goes on like this, Hindus will become minority in 10 yrs
    A video of the girl has also surfaced where she was forcibly converted to Islam and named as Ayesha. The ‘maulvi’ also arranged her marriage with a Muslim man. In Pakistan, many such incidents are regularly reported where Hindu, Sikh and Christian girls are forcibly converted to Islam and married to Muslim men.The 19-year-old, who is the daughter of a ‘granthi’ (priest) of Gurudwara Tambu Sahib, was allegedly forcibly taken away at gunpoint on night of August 27-28. In a video message, her brother said, “Our family has faced a tragic incident as some goons forcibly entered our house and abducted my younger daughter. They tortured her and forcibly converted her to Islam.”He added, “We went to a police station to register a complaint. We met many senior officials but they have not listened to our complaint. The goons again came to our house and forced us to withdraw our complaint and threatened that they will also force us to convert to Islam if we persisted with the complaint.”The family also appealed to Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief Justice of Pakistan Asif Saeed Khosa for help in the matter.India’s foreign ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar said: “We have, time and again raised the issue of persecution, abduction, treatment of minorities and conversions in Pakistan.” They have an obligation towards these people, they must fulfil it,” he added. “They must check themselves before saying anything to others, their home is burning, so they must first focus on it,” India’s foreign ministry spokesman said.The members of the Sikh community in Pakistan have condemned the horrific incident and conducted a meeting at Gurudwara Nankana Sahib. They have decided to organise a protest on Friday at Governor House while an international conference related to Kartarpur Corridor is scheduled to be held there.



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    South Punjab News : Sikh girl on Kartarpur pilgrimage reported missing
    Sikh girl on Kartarpur pilgrimage reported missing
    A video of the girl has also surfaced where she was forcibly converted to Islam and named as Ayesha. The ‘maulvi’ also arranged her marriage with a Muslim man.
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