Force conversion in Lahore.
A young Christian girl Agnes Shukat D/O,Shukat Masih Lahore cantt was kidnapped by her honor Uzma.
Lahore: 24/11/2015. Agnes Shukat D/O Shukat Masih from Lahore cantt was working in Sun Rita boutique as sales girl in Lahore cantt. On 20th of November 2015 she usual left home for her duty. After 9:00.p.m. when she never arrives home, her parents got worried after 10:00.p.m her parents asked to boutique’s honor about her disappearance, the honor got angry and try to convert their attention and assure her cooperation.
On 21th November Agnes father and her brother went to her boutique the honor of boutique Uzma assured them ‘that she will try to locate her and also finding her contact information with the help of FIA. She also called to investigation officer and threatens them about the high authority to avoid her from this issue. On the same evening the parents went to police station for the registration of complaint for their daughter against boutique’s honor Uzma, the admin officer asked them about the job venue and name of honor. When Admin officer of police station called to the honor then she showed her sympathy and cooperation, after 10 minutes some army official called to admin police officer to avoid the registration complaint against honor of the boutique. The police admin officer registered FIR against unknown.
Mr Shukat Masih and his son Samuel told me about all facts. Agnes is always using auto Rikshaw on monthly bases for her pick and drop. On 20th of November when her Christian auto rikshaw driver went to pick her from boutique Agnes never came out the auto driver waited and then he informed her parents ‘that she is not coming yet’.
The CCT camera of the society has entry record of Agnes but not had out going record.
According to our finding the role of the police is still cooperative but the honor of the boutique want to convert Agnes to Muslim religion. Our team will provide all legal assistance to the victim family and raise the voice all over the world for justice.
Minority’s rights activist