IMRAN PLEDGES TO STOP FORCE MARRIAGES OF HINDU GIRLS
By Aqsa Memon
(WMC-Karachi): Imran khan vows to protect the rights of minorities in Pakistan. He announced it on Wednesday, If, he comes to power, he will take steps to safeguard the rights of Hindu girls who are being forced by the Muslimsto marry them.
Imran said he has received complaints by Hindu community that their women are forced to marry to Muslims. While talking to a Hindu representativegroups, he divulged his agenda and promises to give basic rights to the neglected communities of Pakistan.
“It’s a state responsibility to give basic rights to the deprived community of the society”, said Imran.
In the welfare state which was under our beloved prophet (P.B.U.H), the rights of the minorities were secured. They were given their basic rights, however the conditions are different in Pakistan the law for the rich and powerful is different. The weak group is deprived of their due rights in Pakistan. He added.
“The constitution already protects the rights of all communities and their needs such as health, education and shelter,” said Imran.
A number of Hindu families live in Sindh Pakistan. According to media reports, every month 25 forced marriages of Hindu girls happen in Umerkotdistrict of Sindh.
Furthermore, he said that a person like Raymond Davis was freed from Pakistan after killing two innocents if the same offence would have happened in America. America would never have released a person like him.
He assured that this election will bring a change to a country and basic rights will be provided to everyone.