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The Sindhi Foundation to organise long march in London to protest abduction of Hindu girl in Pakistan
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The Sindhi Foundation to organise long march in London to protest abduction of Hindu girl in Pakistan

| @indiablooms | 12 Jun 2024, 07:19 pm

Washington-based human rights body The Sindhi Foundation recently announced it will host a  long march on the streets of London to commemorate the abduction of Priya Kumari, a young Hindu girl, on June 14.

The long march will stretch from 10 Downing Street to Pakistan’s High Commission, a statement by the social organization stated as quoted by ANI.

Kumari was abducted in Pakistan three years ago.

Sufi Munawar Laghari, the executive director of the Sindhi Foundation said, “We the Sindhis living in London and elsewhere over the globe have taken to the streets of London along with humanist people, women, and men, with conscience, to seek justice for Priya Kumari and bring her back to home. Priya Kumari had been abducted three years ago when she was only seven years old.”

“A Hindu girl who was abducted near her home when she was serving water to the thirsty mourners on the day of lamentation in commemoration of Imam Hussain and his companions on the 10th day of Muharram, at her village Sangrar near Sukkur in Sindh province,” it read.

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