The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Thursday (April 11) during the hearing of a case regarding forcibly conversion of two Hindu girls into Islam, granted Protection to Ghotki sisters and also granted them permission to stay with their husbands.
During today’s hearing, the IHC after hearing arguments of both sides, allowed the sisters to stay with their husbands. Further, the bench ordered the inquiry commission to present its report and final recommendations by May 14 and adjourned the hearing of the case.
Earlier medical report of two Hindu sisters, Reena and Raveena who were allegedly forcibly converted to Islam, has cleared all speculations about both girls’ adulthood. Medical reports prepared by Dr Sania from the department of Radiology of the PIMS hospital revealed that both girls are 19 and 18 years of age, respectively when it was presented in the Islamabad High Court (IHC) and rejected the claims of underage marriage. The report has rejected the reports that both girls are of ages between 13 and 15.
Two Hindu sisters, Raveena and Reena were allegedly kidnapped and forcibly married after being converted to Islam, on March 24 approached a court in Bahawalpur seeking protection. As per details, two girls belonged to Ghotki district, converted and got married of their own free will.
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