Three people, including Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari, met Reena and Raveena, who said that they were not forced to convert to Islam and experts said that they were majors.
As this song highlights, people on either side of the border do not want to hate each other or go to war.
If the next Indian government were led by the opposition Congress party, it might be too scared to seek a settlement with Pakistan over on the Kashmir issue, fearing a backlash from the right, Imran said.
The allegedly abducted and married off Hindu girls, Reena and Raveena had filed a court petition saying they were over 18 and had willingly converted to Islam and married the men they wanted. They also sought protection from their family.
Poverty on the one hand and proselytizing zeal on the other coupled with a lack of political will to restrain Islamic radicals have enabled forced conversions in Pakistan
The case of Reena and Raveena will be heard on April 2, 2019 in Islamabad. It is hoped that justice will be done and there will be no repetition of previous cases in which girls were not allowed to go back to their homes.
Many Afghans fear the return of the Taliban, which imposed strict interpretations of Islamic law that included a ban on women's education during their tenure in power(1996-2001).
Security issues raised by the two sides seem to be stalling India-Pakistan talks on a cross border corridor linking two Sikh shrines.
Chinese spokesman, Geng Shuang, said the US move has “reduced the authority of the (1267) committee as the main anti-terrorism body of the security council”.
"The relationship between Sri Lankans and Pakistanis has existed for over two thousand years. These are further cemented by the commonality of eternal values of Buddhism and Islam,” Pakistan envoy Dr.Hashmat said.