Ghotki sisters move IHC for protection

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ISLAMABAD: Two teenage sisters from Ghotki, who were allegedly kidnapped and forced to embrace Islam, have approach the Islamabad High Court (IHC) for protection.
The parents and relatives of Hindu sisters (Ravina, Rina) have alleged that the underage girls were kidnapped from Ghotki and shifted to Punjab forced for conversion to Islam and marriage. However, the girls in a video have said that they willing embraced Islam and married. The prime minister has taken notice of the incident.
The police have already arrested seven people including Nikahkhwan and relatives of the two men who have married to the girls.
The girls along with their husband approached Islamabad High Court for protection. They claimed in their petition that a negative propaganda was being spread on media, resulting into threats to their and their husbands’ lives. They stated that they embraced Islam according to their free will and they married on March 23.
They requested the to the court to direct the government to provide protection to them.
Chief Justice Islamabad High court would hear their petition on Tuesday.

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