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A 14-year-old Hindu girl, allegedly abducted by her tutor at gunpoint, was presented in court today. The accused claims she is 18 and converted to Islam to marry him of her free will, however her father's has evidence which proves otherwise.
Hindu Girl Who Converted to Islam Allowed to Go with Father, Karachi Court Rules A Karachi court has given custody of a Hindu girl who...
A report on the state of minority women’s rights in Pakistan launched by Voice for Justice in Collaboration with Jubilee Campaign highlights the state of women and girls from the Christian community in Pakistan.
The National Human Rights Commission has taken suo motu notice of alleged forced conversion of a Sikh woman in KP and desecration of Ahmadi graves in Punjab.
Mobina Town police on Thursday registered a case under Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act against a man accused of murdering his wife and boiling her body in a pot in Karachi's Gulshan-e-Iqbal on Wednesday.
The Kolhi community on Sunday blocked the Khipro-Umerkot highway in protest against the abduction of Gori Kolhi and the Khai police’s refusal to register an FIR. This is the fourth such incident of the kidnapping of Hindu women and girls in the past eight days
The gruesome killing of Hindu girl Pooja Kumari in Sukkur debunks any notion that girls from minority communities voluntarily chose to marry and convert to another religion and are not subjected to any coercion, says a minority lawmaker.
In a policy brief, the National Commission on the Rights of Child has urged federal and provincial governments to immediately enact laws on the prohibition of forced conversion to protect children, especially girls from religious minority communities.
The Parliamentary Committee on forced conversion on Wednesday rejected the Human Rights Ministry’s draft of forced conversion bill
A proposed draft bill against forced conversion remains deadlocked between the religious affairs ministry and minority lawmakers, thwarting hopes for a long-awaited legislation to stem such incidents in the country.