The Aurat March Collective has responded to Qadri's call for its ban.
Former judge Justice (retd) Nasira Javed Iqbal criticizes PTI's Jail Bharo Tehreek, stating that the party leader is encouraging others to get arrested but getting bail himself. She has refused to seek bail for her son, Walid Iqbal, who had courted arrest in Lahore.
Hundreds of burqa-clad women marched in Gwadar demanding the release of Maulana Hidayat ur Rehman, Haq Do Tehreek chief. Led by Senator Mushtaq Ahmed, they chanted against the governments and called for ending enforced disappearances. Rehman's bail has been granted in 18/19 cases, but he remains in custody.

Rights Watch | 13 March 2023

PTI MPA Arsalan Taj Ghumman Remanded on Physical Custody for Keamari Office Attack PTI MPA Arsalan Taj Ghumman has been remanded for two days in relation to an attack on the office of Keamari deputy commissioner. The court approved the physical...

Rights Watch | 15 March 2023

Two Policemen Martyred in Militant Attacks on Census Teams in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Two policemen were killed and four others were injured in attacks on census teams in Tank and Lakki Marwat districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Militants opened fire on a...
Violent clash between Baloch and Pashtun students at Quaid-i-Azam University leaves several injured. The campus shut down indefinitely, and students asked to vacate hostels due to precarious law-and-order situation. Five students arrested, and a case has been registered against more than 400 students.

Rights Watch | 16 March 2023

Mother-in-law shot and killed daughter-in-law in Mardan An angry daughter-in-law was shot dead by her mother-in-law in Takhtbhai area of Mardan. According to the police, the daughter-in-law had left her in-laws due to a domestic dispute. The accused, while confessing the crime,...
As an important step towards preventing suicides, President Arif Alvi gave his assent to legislation abolishing the punishment for attempted suicide in the country.
Even after 40 days, Aimen;s attacker is at large and the police is not donig much. Only one out of two Pakistani women report violence committed against them. Stigmatized silence isolates the few women who dare to speak out, and the common response is one of disbelief or occasional pity.

Rights Watch | 10 March 2023

Father and Four-Year-Old Daughter Found Dead in Muzaffargarh On Thursday, a man from Ahmedpur Sharqia reportedly took his own life along with his young daughter, aged four, by jumping into the Abbasia canal at Head Panjnad in Muzaffargarh.  According to locals,...