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Pakistan News: World News: ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani high court on Thursday declared that the two Hindu teenage sisters were not forcibly converted from Hinduism to Islam, and permPakistan News: World News: ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani high court on Thursday declared that the two Hindu teenage sisters were not forcibly converted from Hinduism to Islam, and perm

Hindu sisters not forcibly converted, allowed to live with husbands: Pakistan court - Times of India

A Pakistani high court today declared that the two Hindu teenage sisters were not forcibly converted from Hinduism to Islam, and permitted them to live with their spouses, according to a media report.A Pakistani high court today declared that the two Hindu teenage sisters were not forcibly converted from Hinduism to Islam, and permitted them to live with their spouses, according to a media report.

Hindu Girls Were Not Forcibly Converted To Islam, Says Pakistan Court

Another video showed the sisters saying they had married two Muslim men and converted to Islam of their own free will.Another video showed the sisters saying they had married two Muslim men and converted to Islam of their own free will.

Pakistan says kidnapped teenage Hindu girls converted to Islam voluntarily - Middle East - Jerusalem Post

The Islamabad High Court on Thursday allowed the two Hindu girls - who were kidnapped and allegedly converted - to go with their husbands. The incident was reported on the eve of Holi festival last month in the Sindh province. The court today said that the interior secretary will be liable to provide protection to the girls and asked the inquiry commission to submit their final report and recommendations by May 14 when the case will come next for hearing.The Islamabad High Court on Thursday allowed the two Hindu girls - who were kidnapped and allegedly converted - to go with their husbands. The incident was reported on the eve of Holi festival last month in the Sindh province. The court today said that the interior secretary will be liable to provide protection to the girls and asked the inquiry commission to submit their final report and recommendations by May 14 when the case will come next for hearing.

Forced conversion of Hindu girls: Pakistan court says girls not minors, allows them to be with their husbands | wionews.com

Two underage Hindu girls Raveena (13) and Reena (15) were abducted from their home in Pakistan’s Sindh on the eve of Holi. The girls were forcefully converted and married off to older Muslim men. - Latest India News from Opindia.comTwo underage Hindu girls Raveena (13) and Reena (15) were abducted from their home in Pakistan’s Sindh on the eve of Holi. The girls were forcefully converted and married off to older Muslim men. - Latest India News from Opindia.com

Two Hindu girls who were abducted and forcefully converted to Islam sent back to their husbands by the Islamabad High Court - Opindia News