Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said that coercively changing over Hindu young ladies to Islam in the wake of Abducting had nothing to do with Islam rather, “it was a wrongdoing”.
He was Addressing to a religious ceremony of Hindu community held regarding the religious celebration of Diwali.
Khan additionally said that any conditions that prompt making distress among religious minorities ought to be kept away, as revealed by the sources .
“The extremists are mistaken that forcibly converting someone to Islam will bring them virtue” he added.
He further said that he would empower the weak segments of Sindh along with him.
He was of the view that injustices to the Hindu people group in Pakistan ought to be conveyed to an end. The weak segments of the society were affected due to the challenged writ of the law in the country, he said.
Quaid-i-Azam was considered as an ambassador of the Hindu-Muslim unity, he concluded.