Statement : In the absence of a fair and functional judicial system that can uphold the rule of law, Pakistan citizens are at the mercy of landlords, who dole out punishment in whimsy. Recently, two peasant brothers from Phul Village, Nowshehro Feroz District, Sindh Province, were ordered to seek forgiveness from their landlord, while holding their shoes in their mouths and put it in the feet of land lord. The landlord belongs to Sindh’s largest political party Pakistan People’s Party (PPP). Read More...
Statement : Discrimination and abuse from police and government officials continues to be faced by transgender rights defenders. Furthermore, many activists have been abducted, beaten, and raped for raising their voice against the atrocities meted out to them. Pakistani society by and large ostracises persons of transgender. Being social outcastes and shunned by their families, many transgender persons end up becoming sex commodities or street dancers. Sources of sustenance are limited for individuals who do not identify with either male or female genders. Read More...
Statement : Lower caste Hindus comprise 80% of the total Hindu population living in Sindh and most are peasants’ and laborers working for the landlords and kiln owners for generations. These landlords reign supreme in the locality and exercise complete control over the lives of these peasants. Read More...
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