Forced conversion in Kashmir; Sikh organizations intensify protests; The Interior Ministry needs to intervene

New Delhi: Sikh organizations have intensified their protest against forced conversion in Kashmir. In Jammu and Kashmir, as in Uttar Pradesh, the organizations have demanded the passage of a law banning forced conversions. The organizations also demanded that the Union Home Ministry intervene in the incident.

The organizations have approached Union Home Minister G Kishan Reddy to demand passage of a law against conversion. Their demand was that forcible conversion of Sikh women in Kashmir was wrong and that a law be brought against it. Kishan Reddy said he would soon hold talks with Union Home Minister Amit Shah on the incident and take strong action.

BJP leader RP Singh has said that Sikh women have been subjected to forced conversions in Jammu and Kashmir for a long time. This is not the first time an 18-year-old Sikh woman has been married off to a 60-year-old Muslim man. Lt. to bring law against Love Jihad. He also said that he had requested the Union Home Minister to ask the Governor. The BJP leader said Kishan Reddy had promised to take action in the incident.

In Jammu and Kashmir, there are widespread protests against the abduction and conversion of two young women. Organizations, including the Shiromani Akali Dal, staged the protest. The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee also met Lt Gen Manoj Sinha. Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee Chairman Manjinder Singh Sirsa has questioned the silence of political parties in Kashmir over the incident.