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Could not implement anti-rape ordinance due to lack of resources: police tell LHC

The Punjab police in its report submitted to the LHC revealed that it could not implement anti rape ordinance due to lack of funds.

Senate passes bill to criminilise custodial torture and death 

July 13, By Rehan Piracha: The Senate has unanimously passed the Torture and Custodial Death (Prevention and Punishment) Bill 2021, setting a punishment of three to 10 years for public officials guilty of torture and custodial deaths.

“اگر گرفتاری کی ویڈیو نہ بناتا تو لاپتا افراد میں شامل ہوتا” ڈی جے...

دو دن قبل اونچی  آواز میں موسیقی سننے اور غیر قانونی اسلحہ رکھنے کے جرم میں گرفتار ہونے والے ڈی جے بٹ کا کہنا...

Total disorder

Inside sources say that some of the students who were part of the march, particularly those who were leading it had been receiving mysterious phone calls days before the march itself. The unknown callers would threaten them and warned them of dire consequences if the march took place. 

Child abuse victim’s family accuses Lodhran cop of pressuring them

By Haider Kaleem: A probe has been ordered against a police officer in Lodhran after a man said he had pressurized him for withdrawing his case on sexual abuse of his son. Victims often end up with compromises with perpetrators.
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Pir Mahal: Police arrest a young boy over ‘blasphemous’ Facebook posts

Aug. 04, 2020:Pir Mahal police have lodged an FIR against a young man R* for allegedly posting blasphemous posts on his Facebook account. He was booked under section 295 A of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) and 16 Maintenance ...

Suicide or murder: Faulty police investigations muddy waters

Hul 14, 2020: Although Sindh has seen an increase in suicides in the last few years, the real facts and motives behind these incidents often go undiscovered because of a lack of proper investigation. One such incident took place in Tando ...
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Cheating Death: After 22 years on the death row, a man walks free

Jul 12, 2020: On the evening of June 30, forty year old Muhammad Iqbal stepped out of the Mandi Bahauddin jail a free man – the first time after 22 years. It was not an easy walk out of the gate; he had waited, struggled, and even given up ...

Sanghar court initiates rare case hearing over killing of dog

Jul 05, 2020: A court in Sindh’s Sanghar district has initiated a trial of a rare case that deals with the killing of a pet dog, during an attempt of theft. Civil Judge and Judicial Magistrate Sanghar put up the case following the registration of a ...
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Rights Watch | 30th June 2020

Idris Khattak Detained: Owais Khattak moved the Peshawar High Court seeking orders for the production of his brother and rights activist Idris Khattak. Owais has requested PHC to direct production of the investigation records of detention ...