Shiromani Akali Dal Manjinder Singh Sirsa on Friday pointed out an incident from Pakistan where a person named Wajid allegedly kidnapped a Hindu girl in Jacobabad. He said that the silent stance of India in this matter will only increase the "torture" on the Sikh and Hindu families in Pakistan. He added that the minorities in Pakistan look up to India to help them and the Citizenship Amendment Act is a "first ray of hope".
कल भी जैकबाबाद से वाजिद नामक गुंडे ने 16 साल की हिंदू लड़की को अगवा किया— Manjinder S Sirsa (@mssirsa) January 17, 2020
जितना हम चुप रहेंगे- पाकिस्तान में हिंदू सिख परिवार उतना अत्याचार सहेंगे
पाक के अल्पसंख्यकों को भारत से बहुत उम्मीदें है और #CAA उस उम्मीद की पहली किरण@narendramodi Ji @AmitShah Ji @ANI#IndiaSupportsCAA
On Thursday, Sirsa had appealed to Home Minister Amit Shah to raise the issue of human rights violation happening in Pakistan at a global level. He said that two girls from the Hindu community were kidnapped in Sindh province and Pakistan continues to harass the minorities and their system does not give any protection to them.
पाकिस्तान में कल फिर दो हिंदू लड़कियों को सिंध प्रोविंस से अगवा किया गया— Manjinder S Sirsa (@mssirsa) January 16, 2020
वहाँ हिंदू सिख परिवारो पर अत्याचार जारी है क्योंकि उनका क़ानून और सिस्टम माइनॉरिटी को कोई सुरक्षा नही देता
Urging @AmitShah Ji to raise the issue of human rights violations happening in Pak at global level pic.twitter.com/mITgJtUXQY
The SAD leader on January 4, condemned the attack on Sikhs in Pakistan. Taking to the microblogging site, Sirsa said the Sikhs won't tolerate such attacks anymore and urged the Pakistan government to take strict action against the brutality. The attack on the Nankana Sahib Gurdwara, the birthplace of Guru Nanak, in Pakistan had triggered protests among Sikhs in India. While several Sikh groups went to protest outside Pakistan High Commissioner in New Delhi to condemn the attack, Akali Dal leader Sukhbir Singh Badal asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to raise the issue with his counterpart in Islamabad Imran Khan since Sikh minorities in the country were feeling extremely unsafe and insecure.