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Nowshera police on Thursday arrested Mufti Sardar Ali Haqqani for delivering a 'provocative' speech against women educators, doctors and nurses in a video that went viral on social media. He was granted bail by a judicial magistrate on submitting two surety bonds. For more news on human rights, keep reading.
One Rubina, who had been gravely wounded after being stabbed by her husband Ejaz some days back , succumbed to her injuries while under treatment at a hospital on Wednesday. Her husband had assailed her following a minor altercation. For more human rights news, keep reading.
Voicepk.net pays tribute to rights activist and theatre icon Madeeha Gauhar on her death anniversary on April 25
The KP police department has issued new SOP under which regional and district police officers will supervise rape investigations within their jurisdictions across the province. For more human rights news, keep reading.
Leena Ghani expressed her contentment with her partial cross examination in the Ali Zafar defamation suit. "I came out happy because I was able to say exactly what I wanted to say. I was able to get my narrative across," she told Voicepk.net in an exclusive conversation.
A resident of Thul in Jacobabad on Friday night, April 16, shot dead his wife and sister-in-law for so-called 'honour' for allegedly having illicit relations. Police have detained the accused and confiscated his weapon. For more news on human rights abuses, keep reading.
Peshawar East Cantt police on the orders of a sessions court lodged an FIR under section 295-A and 295-C against Aurat Azadi March organizers participants in Islamabad for allegedly displaying blasphemous slogans. For more human rights news, keep reading.
A 65-year-old khawaja sira guru by the name of Mumtaz was shot dead in her home in Gulshan-e-Latif on Monday. Police believe the motive behind the crime to be jealousy. For more human rights stories, keep reading.
A Peshawar additional and sessions court on Thursday summoned the SHO of the East Cantt police station for failing to register a case against Aurat March organizers for 'anti-Islam' and 'blasphemous' slogans. For more news on human rights abuses, keep reading.
Kohat police have obtained DNA samples from some 40 suspects in wake of the rape and murder of four-year-old Hareem Fatima. A forensic report confirmed sexual assault, and further revealed that the girl had been violently thrashed and bitten before being strangled to death. For more news on human rights violations, keep reading.