The missing Hindu Girls in Kerala – Where do they end up?

published on May 21, 2011

KOCHI : Every day we see in the print media as well as visual media the news about missing girls. We neither hear nor bother about them later and the news dies out. But if you refresh the memories and look back, we could easily make out that most of such girls are in the age group of 15 to 20 and majority of them are good looking Hindu girls. It could be coincidental or factual, but when we read such news in conjunction with the love jihad in various disguises, we shall be compelled to acknowledge that there could be some facts behind such missing girls. Last year in the month of May, the police sources in Kollam district revealed that there has been a sharp increase in the number of missing girls in Kollam district and between February and May alone over 106 girls were reported missing and they were all below 18 years of age.

Out of the 106 girls reported missing , 78 were rounded up by the police and could not get any information about the remaining 28. During the same period about 29 girls above the age of 18 also were reported missing as per the records with the Crime Detachment Department of Police. They were able to find out 22 among them and remaining 7 still remain at large. In 2009, the number of missing girls registered with the police was 261 and the police could round up only 235. It is time that every concerned parent and Hindus ponder on reasons for such missing girls.

It was recently reported from Pathanamthitta district that the love Jihadis are now targeting girls from professional colleges. Parents of a Hindu girl in her final year MBBS was surprised to hear from their daughter the virtues of Islam and all the wrong things that the Hindus are practice.

Undoubtedly, parents of the girl must not have taught their daughter a word about Hindus or Hindu religious books since their whole attention from the birth date of their daughter must have been to groom her as a doctor. But now when she is in the final year of MBBS, she has learnt about the virtues of Islam and her Muslim friends have assured her that by converting she could easily get admission for her post graduate studies, she could have an alliance of her own choice which guarantees her things beyond her dreams.  We need to address these issues seriously and urgently. 

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