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Rights Watch | 16th April 2021
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.
Rights Watch | 1st April 2021
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.
Rights Watch | 27th March 2021
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.
Rights Watch | 15th March 2021
Federal Minister for Religious Affairs and Inter-faith Harmony Noor-ul-Haq Qadri announces probe into allegedly blasphemous slogans raised at Aurat March and Aurat Azadi March, and registering cases against 'culprits'. Persons involved in doctoring banners and flags at the March to also be investigated. For more human rights news, keep reading.
Rights Watch | 13th March 2021
TTP threatens organizers of women's rights rallies on International Women's Day for alleged blasphemy and obscenity following online misinformation campaign targeting Aurat March and Aurat Azadi March. For more human rights news, keep reading.
Celebrating Women’s Day by uniting against patriarchy
March 9th, 2021; Staff reporter; International Women's Day, was celebrated on March 8, with a series of impressive 'Aurat Marches' across Pakistan. To update our viewers on the events as they happened, our correspondents were present on-site in 5 cities (Lahore, Islamabad, Hyderabad, Karachi, and Quetta).
Aurat March issues charter of demands
Aurat March's Charter of Demands for 2021 under this year's theme of "Patriarchy ka Pandemic" tackles the concerns of women and gender minorities in accessing quality and equitable healthcare in Pakistan, especially in a pandemic environment.