Protest against Hindu kids' kidnapping in Pak

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Karachi, Dec 26: The Hindu community and Small Traders Union took out a rally against the kidnapping of children and people in Jacobabad district in Pakistan"s Sindh province on Tuesday.

They claimed the children were being kidnapped on a political basis as they all belonged to poor families. The rally started from Hindu Panchayat hall and after passing through different roads reached the Jacobabad press club. Lal Chand Seetlani, President Hindu Panchayat, said that during the elections many children were kidnapped from Jacobabad, and added that it was a conspiracy. Akshay Kumar (10) was kidnapped near Petti Bazaar, one month ago, Fayaz Abro (5) was kidnapped from Dastagir colony, Gurya (5) was kidnapped from Quaid-i-Azam road and four Hindus Raj Kumar, Bahoo Lal, Shankar Kumar, Jaipal Das and one teacher Wazir Ali were kidnapped from Sultankot area from a passenger wagon, he claimed.

He told reporters that they had informed caretaker Prime Minister Mohammadmian Soomro about the kidnappings of Hindu people, who had assured that he would soon reach Jacobabad and would take up the matter.

A grand meeting would be held in which they would jointly announce the boycott of general elections, the Dawn quoted Seetlani, as saying.

They would also go on a token hunger strike at Sarafa bazaar chowk and threatened that if within 24 hours the children and men were not released from the clutches of kidnappers they would widen their protest till recovery of the hostages, he added.

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