The snatching and constrained change of two Sikh young ladies at gunpoint in Kashmir, who were subsequently compelled to wed more seasoned men of another strict local area, has prompted solid fights by Sikhs.
Akali Dal pioneer Manjinder Singh Sirsa drove a designation to meet the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday to get the young ladies back to their families.
Fights were additionally held against the constrained transformations and relationships of the casualties outside the court complex in Srinagar where one of the two young ladies was brought to offer to one of the charged. The dissenters requested that one of the casualties be sent back to the family however they were not permitted to enter the court. On Sunday, fight was held external Gurdwara Bunga Barjula in Srinagar also.
Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee boss Manjinder Singh Sirsa additionally arrived at Srinagar on Sunday and drove the fights.
All Party Sikh Coordination Committee administrator Jagmohan Singh Raina said numerous such instances of constrained change were becoming known and genuine move should be made in such cases. He said on lines of the law ordered in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh against such constrained transformations and relationships, comparative laws ought to be established in Jammu and Kashmir also.
Public Sikh Front executive Varinderjit Singh Jeet censured the constrained changes and relationships and said model move should be made against the charged in such cases. Sirsa has likewise kept in touch with the Center in such manner.
A letter has been sent by Akal Takht Jathedar to the Center to make a move against such constrained transformations, says RP Singh, BJP pioneer.
“Same law ought to be authorized in Jammu and Kashmir to save youthful Sikh young ladies at firearm point or allurement like in UP and MP. Also numerous individuals in Punjab are being changed over, particularly in Gurdaspur belt, by alluring them with cash or favors.”
Individuals from Punjab are being attracted into going to nations like Canada for the sake of occupations or treatment, they added.