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Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said that forcibly converting Hindu girls to Islam after abducting them had nothing to do with Islam, instead, "it was a wrongdoing".

He was addressing a religious ceremony of Hindu community held in connection with the religious festival of Diwali.

Khan further said that any circumstances that lead to creating unrest among religious minorities should be avoided, reported DawnNews.

"The extremists are mistaken that forcibly converting someone to Islam will bring them virtue," he maintained.

The PTI chief said that he would empower the weak segments of Sindh along with him.

He was of the view that injustices to the Hindu community in Pakistan should be brought to an end. The weak segments of the society were affected due to the challenged writ of the law in the country, he said.

Quaid-i-Azam was considered as an ambassador of the Hindu-Muslim unity, he added.