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India calls on Pakistan to protect minorities after killing of Hindu woman Daya Bheel in Sindh province

India called on Pakistan on Thursday to protect its minorities after the killing of a Hindu woman Daya Bheel in Sindh province.
At the Ministry of External Affairs’ weekly press briefing, spokesperson Arindam Bagchi stated, “We have seen reports about it, but we don’t have specific details on the case, but we have reiterated that Pakistan should protect its minorities along with their safety, security, and well-being, which is their responsibility.”
Daya Bheel, a Hindu woman, was brutally murdered in Sindh, Pakistan.
Krishna Kumari, Senator of Pakistan Peoples Party from Tharparkar Sindh, rushed to her village and confirmed the news of the brutal murder of the Hindu woman.
“Daya Bheel, a 40-year-old widow, was brutally murdered and her body was discovered in deplorable condition. Her head had been severed from her body, and the savages had removed the flesh from the entire head. “Visited her village Police teams from Sinjhoro and Shahpurchakar also arrived,” she tweeted.
“Daya Bheel, who was brutally murdered — her case will not be highlighted in the media, nor will politicians in Islamabad or the Sindh government issue a statement. Will the cops catch the criminals? Will Hindus be treated as equal citizens in their motherland Sindh? The nonprofit news organisation The Rise News tweeted.
According to a Toronto-based think tank, the UK government recently sanctioned Muslim cleric Mian Abdul Haq for forced conversions and marriages of girls and women from religious minorities.
According to the International Forum For Rights And Security (IFFRAS), the latest sanction highlights the precarious situation of minorities in Pakistan. Mian’s sanction, described by Dawn as a “controversial Sindhi pir,” was part of a new wave of sanctions targeting corrupt actors, those abusing human rights, and perpetrators of sexual violence in conflict.
Mian Abdul Haq was a Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) lawmaker from 2008 to 2013, according to IFFRAS. The party expelled him following the forced conversion and marriage of Rinkle Kumari, a Hindu minority girl.
According to the Pakistani newspaper Dawn, the pir, popularly known as Mian Mithu, is well-known in upper Sindh for his alleged involvement in the forced conversion and marriage of minor Hindu girls.
According to the IFFRAS report, the UK sanctions effectively mean that designated individuals cannot conduct business or engage in economic activity with UK citizens or companies and will be denied entry into the UK.
According to activists, human rights in Pakistan have reached a new low, with several media reports and global bodies highlighting the country’s dire situation for women, minorities, children, and journalists.
Forced conversions and attacks on minority communities have become more common in Sindh. Forced conversion of minor Hindu, Sikh, and Christian girls, always under duress, has become an increasingly common occurrence in the country.
The World Sindhi Congress (WSC) held its 34th International Conference on Sindh in London earlier in November. WSC chairperson Dr Rubina Shaikh stated at the International Conference on Sindh that Sindh is living through the “worst period in history.”
The World Sindhi Congress urged international institutions, including the UN, to file a “case of ecocide” against the Pakistani government in local and international courts during the conference.
“Sindh is experiencing the worst period in its history. “Sindhis must fight for their homeland’s right to self-determination in a joint, systematic, and united struggle,” the World Sindhi Congress stated on Facebook on November 23.



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