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Hindu Girl Murdered For Refusing Forceful Conversation And Marriage in Pakistan

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A Hindu Girl named Rajkumari Talreja murdered in Pakistan. Her only mistake was she refused to convert into Islam by marrying a Muslim boy. It all happened in the Hindu minority area of Pakistan, Sindh. On January 27, 2019, a Hindu Talreja family’s daughter Rajkumari shot dead by a man named Agha Salar Khan Pathan, an inspector in the anti-encroachment cell, in Shikarpur, Sindh, Pakistan, after she refused to marry him.

Rajkumari was 32 years old and was an owner of a fitness centre in an upscale locality of Shikarpur. She was about to get married on February 3 in Karachi. It is not a new thing for the people of Pakistan because the conversion of Hindu women into Muslim is a common scenario there. Muslim men forcefully ask Hindu women to convert into Islam and then marry them.

Infuriated at this refusal, first Agha Salar shot her and then felt humiliated that a Hindu woman refused him, he then shot himself also. He died on the spot whereas Rajkumari died during the treatment in the hospital. Agha was stalking Rajkumari for a long time and kept a lookout for her before committing the crime on this unfortunate day.

Rajkumari was due to marry a Hindu boy named Akash Kewalramani, on February 3, 2019. According to a report, “Every year, Muslim men abduct and forcibly convert about 1,000 girls — mostly Hindus.”

According to the Pakistan Hindu Council, about 5,000 Pakistani Hindus leave every year for neighbouring India where 80% are Hindus to escape religious persecution.

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