The Sikh young lady who supposedly stole and compelled to change over to Religion before being hitched to a Muslim man in Pakistan has been sent back to her folks. Police in Nankana Sahib city of Punjab territory has captured eight individuals regarding the matter.
The advancement comes after India said on Friday that it raised the issue with Pakistan and requested "prompt healing activity".
Service of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said the service has gotten various portrayals from different quarters of common society in India, including Sikh religious bodies, at the "reports of the occurrence of kidnapping and constrained change of a minor Sikh young lady in Pakistan".
"We have imparted those worries to the administration of Pakistan and requested prompt medicinal activity," he said. Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh likewise looked for quick mediation of Indian and Pakistani governments in the issue.
Singh requested Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to make a stern move against those in command of it and said they ought not to be permitted to get away. He additionally encouraged External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar to raise the issue with his partner in Islamabad.
Religion is an individual issue and coercive change of this sort has no spot in any general public, he said.
Association priest and Akali Dal pioneer Harsimrat Kaur Badal portrayed the occurrence as a disgraceful demonstration and said the Sikh people group will go full scale and tell the world what Pakistan is doing to minorities.
The "companions of Imran Khan" was an undeniable reference to Congress pioneer and Punjab MLA Navjot Singh Sidhu, who had made a trip to Pakistan a year ago for Khan's swearing-in. The cricketer-turned-government official was strongly condemned for embracing the Pakistani armed forces boss there.
Conversing with media later, Badal asked the Punjab boss priest to exploit and utilize "MLAs in his gathering who are companions of Pakistani PM" to put weight on Khan to guarantee equity is served to the Sikh young lady.
Badal, who was en route to Delhi from Amritsar, said the Sikh young lady was snatched from Nankana Sahib, the origination of Sikhism's organizer Guru Nanak Dev.
The young lady is the little girl of the Gurdwara minister, she said. "What exactly level would they be able to stoop, it is totally stunning and despicable and Imran Khan should quickly make a move and guarantee the security of minorities and walk his discussion about having regard for Sikhs and Guru Nanak Dev Ji," Badal said.