According to a study by the Sikh Mediation and Rehabilitation Team charity, Pakistani men have been grooming Sikh girls in Britain for decades for sexual abuse and rape. The study also claims that the Police ‘recklessly ignored’ complaints about reasons of ‘political correctness’.
The report was accessed by Daily Mail. It says, “The research has found verification demonstrating a history of predominantly Pakistani grooming gangs targeting young Sikh females for over 50 years.” It also asserts, “The over-representation of such perpetrators in selecting non-Muslim victims would appear to be indicative of a wider acceptability in certain sections of the community towards the targeting of young females from outside of the Pakistani community and/or Muslim faith.”
The report says that failure of local authorities to recognize the menace has allowed such networks to flourish. It says, “Over the course of three decades, Sikh community leaders in the West Midlands repeatedly assert that when families or community representatives contacted the police regarding the abuse of children, their information was consistently met with disinterest and their claims met by inaction.” And “With the emergence of multiple similar cases across the UK, the perceived failure to act has now been attributed to the ‘political correctness’ that inhibited authorities and agencies from addressing the racial and cultural dimensions understood as causative factors behind the abuse.”
The report has been backed by Labour Party MP Sarah Champion. She has demanded an investigation saying, “I was shocked when I first heard about the organized abuse of Sikh girls by mostly Pakistani men.” The Daily Mail quoted her as saying, “When I started speaking to Sikh women, I could not believe how widespread the grooming and abuse was – and that this has been going on for decades. We need to speak of the abuse of Sikh girls to take it out of the shadows and make sure the authorities take it seriously.” The Rotherham MP added: ‘There needs to be a full investigation into the systematic abuse of Sikh girls.’
We have reported extensively on the Muslim grooming gang phenomenon in Britain. As we have said earlier, the distinguishing feature of grooming gangs is that almost always the accused are of British Pakistani heritage and the victims are always non-Muslims. Unlike other instances of sexual exploitation of children where the perpetrator operates alone and under high secrecy for fear of repercussions should his acquaintances discover his crimes, in these cases, perpetrators often belong to the same family and are either brother or cousins mostly.
They are lured with drugs and alcohol and cannabis and after a period of systematic brainwashing which involves alienating them from their family and convincing them that their parents are racists, they are plied for sex. Often, the gangs use the victims themselves to get to their neighbours or their friends. Horrifyingly, the gangs even use pregnancy and forced abortions as forms of punishment.
The Muslim grooming gang phenomenon in the West bears close resemblance with the phenomenon of Love Jihad in India. Recently, even the NCW chairperson asserted that forced conversions are a reality and that political leaders and local authorities were turning a blind eye to it. The NIA too suspects that the PFI was engaging in religious conversion of women. The reaction of mainstream liberals in India has been similar to that in the West where they simply deny that such a phenomenon exists despite mountains of evidence.