NA Committee directs to shift Rinkle Kumari (Faryal Shah) to Islamabad

Saturday, March 17th, 2012 1:30:29 by 

In order to given protection against severe threats to their lives, the National Assembly Standing Committee on Human Rights directed the Sindh police to move two Hindu girls, including Rinkle Kumari (Faryal Shah), to Islamabad.

The panel took the matter after the Sindh police expressed concerns over the protection of Rinkle Kumari (Faryal Shah) and Lata Kumari, who were alleged kidnapped and forcibly converted to Islam.

Chairperson of the NA Standing Committee on Human Rights Riaz Fatyana said the two girls will be shifted to Islamabad via the first flight available on the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Monday.

While speaking to media, he observed, “I have directed the Sindh police to shift the girls to Islamabad for better security”.

Earlier, Additional IG Police Sindh Falak Khurshid told the committee that both girls were forcibly kidnapped in connivance of some political names. The IG, however, made it clear that both girls in their statements refused to take reunion with their families.

The chairperson said that some sitting parliamentarians were allegedly involved in such atrocious incidents and were attempting to cover up the issue. Conversely, he did not ascertain their names.

During the meeting of the committee, the legislators were told that Rinkle Kumari, one of the two girls, is facing death threats from a sitting MNA and his family. They avoided disclosing the name of the said member due to sensitivity of the issue.

The panel was also told during the proceedings that two other Hindu girls, Bharti, the daughter of Narain, and Rajee, the daughter of Moro Kolhi, were also kidnapped and have not been recovered thus far. On which, the committee directed the law enforcement agencies at the earliest.

According to the report, Rajee was picked up from Pir Sakhai village near Tando Muhammad Khan district while Bharti was kidnapped from Mohammad Khan Road Khadda Baghdadi months back.

The Supreme Court of Pakistan has also taken up the notice, summoning Rinkle Kumari on March 26.

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