Hindu leader raise question in Sindh Assembly about plight of Hindu Girls in Pakistan


KARACHI: The Sindh Assembly descended into of chaos on Monday when Deputy Speaker Shehla Raza asked an MPA elected on reserved seats for minorities from the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), to stop “unnecessary” speech when he called attention towards cases of kidnappings in minority communities.
MQM member Dewan Chand Chawla spoke to the Sindh Assembly at length about the plight of girls from the Hindu community and how the cases of extortion and kidnapping are on the rise.
“I want to know who will come to rescue us from these extremists and criminals. These feudal centric people don’t know about Hindu community’s contribution in education and health sectors,” he cried, before pleading for the release of kidnapped people.

Source: Tribune