Families Reach Compromise In Lahore Forced Conversion Case

03 Sep 2019 07:40 PM

Families Reach Compromise In Lahore Forced Conversion Case

Updated 03 Sep 2019 07:40 PM

Days after a Sikh girl was allegedly abducted and converted to Islam before being married to a Muslim man in Pakistan's Punjab province, the two families reached a compromise on Tuesday. Punjab Governor Chaudhary Muhammad Sarwar posted a video with the boy's father asserting that his family has withdrawn all the claims on the girl.

"We have no objection if she wants to go home with her parents. It's they who are her guardian," the boy's father said, who was present at the Governor's House in Lahore along with the girl's father and brother.

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