An apeal from Sikh Community in Pakistan – Pak Sikh thrashed for not converting

published on November 29, 2009

Sardar Anup Singh was attacked in Pakistan

Reported by Gurmeet in Sikh Community-Orkut

At 10:30 pm on 21st November 2009 Sardar Anup Singh S/o Sardar Balbir Singh resident of Pindi Ghaip 110 Km from Islamabad Pakistan, was attacked by 8 to 10 people. He is badly injured, and forcefully asked to convert as Muslim. Police is not repotting the FIR because the political influence of the other party. On the other hand there is no satisfactory support from local police after passing the six days.

Sardar Anup Singh is advocate by profession and doing his practices as an advocate of civil courts. He took a case of a Mrs. Safina Kanwal wo Muhammad Amin for separation and Haq Maher from her husband.

Amin kidnaps him from his office and took him to his place. They naked him and make his photos with his wife. He is forcefully signed on the blank paper and harshly betided then he cut his Kass, bread and mustache with the help of his brothers and friends. They said if you will not converted to Muslim you will be not allowed to live in the area they threaten him that they will kill him. They though him out unconsciously. He is seriously injured and admitted in ward no 131 Holy Family hospitals Rawalpindi. He has big cuts on his head; face, legs and arm are fracture. He is not able to talk. he talk for few minutes and then he is unconscious. He is badly hit on his head.

We visited him in the hospital and find the facts regarding this terrible Happening. We are sharing the basic facts about this case. Please join your strength with us to save the Honor and basic rights of Khalsa in Pakistan.

Pak Sikh thrashed for not converting,prtpage-1.cms

AMRITSAR: A Sikh advocate in Pakistan was reportedly thrashed and threatened with dire consequences recently if he did not convert to Islam, forcing his family to run for safety to a gurdwara in Hassanabdal near Rawalpindi.

While the victim, Anup Singh, was yet to regain consciousness, the incident has left the Sikh community in Pakistan rattled and insecure. Talking to TOI from Islamabad, Anup’s brother, Ravinder Singh, recalled horror of November 21. “ËœA group of at least eight men kidnapped my brother from his office and took him to Mohammad Amin’s residence, where he was stripped and photographed with Amin’s wife.”

 Undergoing treatment for fractures and severe head injuries in Holy Family Hospital, Ralwalpindi, where doctors said it might take a few months before Anup could start leading a normal life, the advocate was reportedly assaulted for fighting a separation case for Amin’s wife, Safina Kanwal. “ËœThe goons made my brother sign on a blank paper, after which they cut his hair, beard, moustaches and threatened him to convert to Islam if he wanted to live in Pakistan.”

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