Peshawar. A top court of Pakistan last month Peshawar A person accused of kidnapping a Hindu girl from a busy area of the cantonment was granted bail on Friday due to lack of solid evidence. The accused, Obaidur Rehman, had moved the Peshawar High Court after his bail application was rejected by the trial civil court here. The High Court granted him bail for lack of solid evidence.
The girl’s mother had lodged the complaint in early December last year. The police was able to rescue the 20-year-old girl within 24 hours of the registration of the FIR. An official said the accused would be released from jail after getting bail from the high court. Rahman was accused of kidnapping the girl from the busy RA Bazar area of Peshawar Cantonment.
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According to media reports, the news of abduction of Hindu girls is constantly in the headlines, but its accused do not get any punishment. Pakistan Hindu Parishad says that under the guise of lack of evidence, the court also grants him bail immediately. When the police register a complaint of kidnapping of a girl and get her recovered, why they are not able to give evidence of this, that is the big question.
Hindu girls are routinely abducted in Pakistan. They are victims of cruelty, but they do not get proper justice. There are 44 lakh Hindus in Pakistan. According to the 2017 Pakistan Census, it comprises 2.14 percent of the total population. However, the Pakistan Hindu Council claims that there are around 8 million Hindus in the country. Most of Pakistan’s Hindus are settled in Sindh province, where they share culture, traditions and language with Muslim residents.