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Rights Watch | 7th June 2022

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Recording her statement before the SHC, Dua Zehra refused to return with her parents, prompting the court to order an ossification test to determine her age.
Rights Watch | 2nd June 2022

Rights Watch | 2nd June 2022

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The Supreme Court on Wednesday granted bail to a man accused of blasphemy, citing the prosecution’s “lack of interest” regarding the case. The court also reprimanded the police for becoming the plaintiff in the case
With scores of men arrested in lynching case, women left to fend for themselves

With scores of men arrested in lynching case, women left to fend for themselves

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Police have arrested hundreds in the Khanewal lynching case — many unjustly, say the women who have been left to fend for themselves.

Rights Watch | 14th February 2022

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Police on Sunday managed to rescue a man from being lynched by an enraged mob over alleged blasphemy in Faisalabad’s Tandlianwala. The incident comes just a day after a man was murdered by a mob for allegedly desecrating the Holy Quran in Mian Channu, Khanewal.
Lynched Sri Lankan’s widow appeals to Pakistan for compensation

Lynched Sri Lankan’s widow appeals to Pakistan for compensation

"Some say he tore a poster, but he was not crazy to do such a thing. He knew of the Pakistani people's religion…" Priyantha Kumara's widow, Nilushi, speaks to Voicepk.net in collaboration with the Daily Mirror
Family of lynched Sri Lankan man

پریانتھا کمارا کی بیوہ کا اپنے بیٹوں کی بہتر پرورش کے لئے حکومت پاکستان...

پریانتھا کمارا کی بیوہ نے حکومت پاکستان سے اپنے شوہر کے قتل پر مکمل انصاف دینے اور بیٹوں کی پرورش کے لئے معاوضے کا مطالبہ کیا ہے۔ توہین مذھب کے الزامات کو رد کرتے ہوئے ان کا کہنا تھا "[ہپریانتھا کمارا] کوئی پاگل شخض نہیں تھے کہ وہ کسی پوسٹر کو پھاڑتے
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Rights Watch | 29th January 2021

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Rawalpindi Additional District and Sessions court reserves verdict in the trial of one Waliullah Khan who raped and murdered his seven-year-old niece in November 2019. Counsel for juvenile offender who gunned down a blasphemy-accused in July 2020 contends ATCs have no jurisdiction in trying juveniles. Bahawalnagar ATC awards death to one Azhar Machi for raping and murdering a seven-year-old girl in Thengi Balochān, Chishtian in August 2019