Mian Mittu is a notorious cleric who forcibly converted Hindu girls in Pakistan. He told in his confession that we have done more than 1000 conversions, more than 50 people were converted together.
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Pakistan Notorious cleric who forcibly converted Hindu girls in mian mithu Has confessed the bitter truth for the first time on TV9. This is the cleric of Pakistan who is called the master mind of the conversion factory of Pakistan. Mian Mithu had a special conversation with TV9 Bharatvarsh and confessed that he has converted every village to a Muslim. Mian Abdul Haq, commonly known as Mian Mithu, Sindh Province He belongs to an influential family of K.K. and is an influential political and religious figure in Ghotki. He was elected as a member of the National Assembly from Ghotki on a Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) ticket in the 2008 election. He is also the patron of Barchundi Sharif, a Muslim shrine.
Mian Mittu is a notorious cleric who forcibly converted Hindu girls in Pakistan. He told in his confession that we have done more than 1000 conversions, more than 50 people were converted together. Changed the religion of village village. He said, “I make me a Muslim by reading Kalma. Thousands of girls have been converted to Islam.”
Mian Mittu is considered close to Imran Khan
In Sindh province, this factory of conversion and marriage of innocent girls is run by Maulvi Mittu Miyan or Pir Abdul Haq Aka, who lives in Bharchundi Dargah in Ghotki. If any girl from this area of Pakistan and its surrounding areas accepts Islam, then she reaches Mittu Mian. Mittu Miyan gets the girls converted and gets them married.
Claims to convert 200 girls to Muslims of their own free will
A few years ago, a New York Times correspondent met Miyan Mittu and his brother Pir Miyan Shaman. The duo denied forcibly converting Hindu girls to Muslims, but claimed that they had so far married 200 Hindu girls by converting them into Muslims of their alleged willingness.
The number of Hindus decreased from 12.9 percent to 1.6 percent
At the time of independence, in the year 1947, 23 percent of the total population of Pakistan were minorities like Hindus, Christians, Sikhs. According to the 2017 census, there are now 96.28% Muslims in Pakistan and only 3.72% are minorities or non-Muslims. According to the 1951 census, there were 12.9 percent Hindus in Pakistan but now there are only 1.6 percent Hindus in the country. The ever-decreasing population of minorities paints a frightening picture of their situation in Pakistan.