Heart-rending story of a Pakistani Hindu whose wife was kidnapped and daughter raped!

Discussion in 'Pakistan' started by Hindu, Jul 3, 2015.

  1. Hindu

    Hindu Member Staff Member

    “I am a Hindu, used to live in mithi, (sindh – Pakistan), probably the only town in Pakistan with Hindu majority.

    It was 2005, My neighbor (my best Muslim friends) had their daughter’s wedding some time in December. Knowing the pitiful condition of non-Islamic people in Pakistan I decided against taking my kids to the function, I myself wouldn’t have gone had it not been for their special request.

    I along with my wife went to the party, being the outcast no-one really bothered talking to us, we saw their ritual being performed, gave gifts to bride and groom, after having our dinner we decided to get back early, kids had their exams next day.”

    I was attacked because of my religion (Hinduism)

    “While we were walking back to the garage in the basement, all of a sudden someone put a strong rope round my neck, trying to suffocate me, with such sudden attack I couldn’t keep up neither see who they were. I fainted, once I was awake I found myself lying in some desert area with nothing in vision. I felt immense pain, as if having been beaten. I could not stand up that entire day, struggled to walk by the dawn, somehow reached nearby highway by next morning and managed to get a lift.

    I reached my home that evening, only to find all my belongings robbed, even the plastic chairs and TV set were gone, my children had been beaten too, I could not find my wife there. I reached out to my neighbors, but most of them had gone to pay visit to their wedding counterparts unaware of what happened to us.”

    “I went to the police station to file a complaint against the attack and disappearance of my wife. They didn’t seem too interested in filing complain, they asked me to wait for a few days, made abusive comments on my wife that she might have fled with her lover and having pleasure with him. I fought for her dignity which only led to being jailed for that whole night. Never saw my wife again, never knew what happened to her.

    Finally after my neighbors returned, they helped us a lot, they came along with me to police station, police finally registered my complaint but then that was about it, I don’t think they cared much about the case. My neighbors were very sympathetic and helped us a lot emotionally and financially. They shifted to Karachi next year, putting their flat on rent.”

    “Life went back to normal, my girl was in high school by 2011 and boy in college. I went to pickup my girl everyday from her tuition.

    This January she didn’t turn up after her tuition was over, I went about asking her usual friends and then her tuition teacher, he said that they held a surprise test today; she completed her test early, submitted her sheet and went out. I started panicking, went about searching for her, didn’t tell my son, he had internship set in Lahore, he’d have left everything and returned.”

    “Police didn’t help again this time; I went about searching for her everywhere on highways, nearby lakes, showed her photo to every one I came across. After 4 days, I lost all hope, called my son up that night, sitting like a beggar by the road side, cried for the first time in front of my kid, like a helpless father.

    He came back in 2 days time, we went to Karachi to seek help from police there, they seemed quite supportive, they asked us to go back home and that they’d do all they could to find her.”

    “Next day while I was sitting in my balcony, analyzing my life, how I failed my wife and now my kid I saw her coming, with torn clothes about her, I knew then what had happened to her. They raped her for 5 days, made her do unusual things I cannot explain.

    I decided then to leave Pakistan, applied for visa to India, but it was denied, possibly because of the tension on Pakistan-India border due to some soldier beheading case.

    We went to Saudi Arabia in March and then to India just last month (October). My daughter never regained her usual self and has tried committing suicide twice. If anything, pray for her well being.

    I hope I never have to go back to Pakistan ever.”
    Source: India Tv News
     
  2. deafAncient

    deafAncient New Member

    This is very sad... I'm reading a book, Ayodhya and After - voiceofdharma.org/books/ayodhya/

    This is a VERY dangerous situation and has to be addressed fully very soon. I can guarantee you I will NEVER set foot in a Muslim country. I'm as much of a target for them, because I am Kafir just as much as a Hindu living there is. If anything, I'm more likely to be held for "beheading ransom."
     
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  3. Aum

    Aum New Member

    Religions by default are self-destructive and you can see religions killing each other but sad part is that even sanatana dharma followers are coming into the self-destructive mode of religions.
     
  4. deafAncient

    deafAncient New Member

    Namaste Aum,

    That is right. We have to be careful to ensure that by large, SD doesn't become history-centric, geo-centric, and exclusive. I have to admit, though that this might be a reaction to the need for a large number of people to become militarized or kshatriya for some time. The mistake society made was letting our defense capabilities down after a large enough number of people learned how to live with one another within a Dharmic context. It was assumed that they didn't need to keep their defenses up, except they didn't take in consideration the invaders from outside who didn't know rules of engagement in battle or disregarded them completely.

    You have to accept that there IS NO such thing as a "moderate Muslim." A "moderate Muslim" is one who hasn't read the Quran and thusly doesn't know or believe in the jihad duty as a fighter for Islam. Everyone in Islam is a fighter, whether in the front lines or as wives behind the front lines - somebody is feeding them, clothing them, and making the military equipment for the jihadis. For the hard-line believers to renounce jihad and the idea of dualism at all levels (believers:kafirs; world of Islam:eek:utside world) means the end of Islam, because everything you see happening military-action-wise, the Prophet did that himself in his lifetime.
     
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