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Uttara Sengupta | HENB | Kolkata | April 3, 2019:: As an assertive effect of a media report as flashed in MyNation that two Hindu girls, including one minor, were forcibly converted to Islam and married off in Kolkata, according to a complaint, the National Commission for Women on Tuesday took “suo motu cognisance” and urged the WB director general of police to take “strict and immediate action”.
In a letter to Mr Virendra, the DGP of Bengal Police, the NCW Chairperson, Smt. Rekha Sharma wrote that it has “taken a serious note of the report that despite having lodged a second complaint on March 31, 2019, the police are yet to file an FIR.”
The letter also asked the authority to inform the commission about “the action taken in the matter at an early date by email/fax.”
In a shocking incident reported from Kolkata, a father has alleged that his two daughters, including a minor, were forcibly converted to Islam and married off.
In the pursuit to get justice for her daughters, the grieving father, on March 31, lodged a second complaint. However, not only the response from the police has been lukewarm until now, the cops have not even filed an FIR yet, claims the father.
It is also revealed that in the lone battle for the victims, Mr. Thakur, the father of Vnita and Pari was threatened to murder by the Jihadi perpetrators.
In his police complaint, the father of the victims said, “I have two daughters namely Vinita Thakur and Pari Thakur (both names changed) …very recently it has come to my knowledge that a group of Muslim boys has been pursuing the minor and major girls of my locality including my daughters.”
The father also said in the complaint that initially the boys approached his daughters as Hindu boys. But later when the girls found the real identity of the accused (Shahbaaz and Ahmed Khan), they refused to be in a relationship.
While talking about the minor girl, the father said, “Taking advantage of her tender age, the aforesaid accused person and his friends threatened both my daughters that they would kill her family members including me, my wife and my son and literally forced her (Pari Thakur) to marry him after converting into Islam. On being refused, the same kind of threat continued”.
The complainant further wrote, “Under such circumstances, on 11th March 2019, I found both of my daughters were missing. After (a) lot of efforts, we were able to locate and the officers of Jorabagan police station were able to recover (one of) my daughter.”
Earlier, on March 12, the victim’s father had filed another complaint (GD No.935), where he complained about the same and requested help.
“After recovery of my daughter, the entire module had been exposed…She was forced to marry Shahbaaz Ahmed Khan and her name was changed…her age was mentioned 19 years by the Muslim marriage registrar. Though she was and still only 17 plus…” he added.
While the minor girl has been rescued by the police, her elder sister has not yet returned home.
When contacted, the victims’ father told MyNation, “She is still there”. When asked how can he be so sure that the elder daughter didn’t elope and got converted willingly, the father said, “Pari has come back and she narrated the tale. She said they both were threatened to marry them. According to Pari, both were threatened that their parents and family will be murdered and their faces will be acid washed if they refuse to obey. They were frightened”.
The father also said that the nikah happened in one ‘Badi Masjid’ at Burra Bazar area of Kolkata.
The father who is now fighting a lone battle for justice for her daughters, also complained that no medical test was done on his minor daughter to establish if she was subjected to sexual assaults.
“In the instant case it is a clear cut case that the accused person has committed an offence under section 4 of Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act including those who help these accused persons to commit the offence and they are liable to proceed (prosecuted) under various provisions section of law including the POCSO Act. It is worth mentioning here that my minor daughter (Pari Thakur) handed over to me on 14th March 2019, but no medical examination was conducted to ascertain as to as whether any sexual offence has been committed on her.”
The incident is not only a blot on the law and order situation in Kolkata, but it also raises several unanswered questions. Here are a few of them:
1) Why is the elder daughter not rescued yet?
2) Why no medical examination was conducted on the minor daughter after being rescued?
3) Why has the Kolkata police not registered an FIR and instead lodged a general diary, as claimed?
4) Does the state women’s commission know of it? And if yes, what have they done about it?
5) Will the state government order an inquiry to verify the father’s claim that his daughters were forcibly converted to Islam and married?
6) Is there a bigger ‘module’ at play?
Recently, two Hindu girls and their forced conversion to Islam followed by a nikah in Pakistan shocked the international community. The two girls, Raveena (13) and Reena (15), both minor were allegedly kidnapped by a group of “influential” men from their home in Ghotki district in Sindh on the eve of Holi. The incident created so much furore and international criticism that Pakistan PMO had to step in.
However, contrary to the incident in Pakistan, this home-grown alleged conversion is languishing in anonymity.
It is unfortunate that no one from the hundreds of NGOs in WB, who are getting huge funds every year from various central Govt units, has taken any action for the victim Hindu girls. Even WB chapter of Women Commission had failed to take any proper action.
Hindu Existence Forum is extending its earnest gratitude to the National Commission for Women for taking prompt action for the dirty Islamic menace perpetrated to Vinita Thakur and Pari Thakur in TMC’s ‘Mini Pakistan’ in Kolkata.
Bengal Minister, Kolkata Mayor and very close aide of WB CM Mamata Banerjee, Mr Firhad Hakim (alias Bobby Hakim) described some part of Kolkata as ‘Mini Pakistan’+, in an interview given to Pak Newspaper, Dawn.