Pakistan has rejected the current US file on non-secular freedom violations in you. S ., terming it “unsubstantiated” and “biased.” According to the document issued by the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), spiritual freedom situations in Pakistan “normally trended badly” in 2018. “During the year, extremist companies and societal actors persevered to discriminate against and assault non-secular minorities, including Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Ahmadis, and Shi’a Muslims,” the document said.
The record’s findings revealed that the Pakistan government failed to “thoroughly guard these corporations, and it perpetrated systematic, ongoing, egregious non-secular freedom violations”. The file also stated that abusive enforcement of the United States’ strict blasphemy legal guidelines persisted, resulting in the “suppression of rights for non-Muslims, Shi’a Muslims, and Ahmadis…Forced conversions of non-Muslims persisted despite the passage of the Hindu Marriage Act, which recognizes the Hindu circle of relatives regulation“.
Based on those, in particular, extreme violations, USCIRF again unearths in 2019 that Pakistan should be targeted as a “United States of a specific subject,” or CPC, under the International Religious Freedom Act (IRFA), America Commission. However, the Pakistan Foreign Ministry has brushed off the document.
“The report’s section on Pakistan comprises unsubstantiated and biased assertions. As a matter of precept, Pakistan no longer aids such countrywide reports making observations on the internal affairs of sovereign States. Pakistan rejects these observations,” Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated on Friday.
“Pakistan is of the view that every international location is obliged to sell non-secular concord and feature a duty to protect their citizens according to national legal guidelines and global norms,” it added. “As far as Article 370 is concerned, our ideological commitment is widely known. Article 370 must be eliminated. We are in opposition to it, seeing that the start. Govt will take a suitable step to cast off Article 370 at the suitable time,” says Ram Madhav, BJP National General Secy
Three were killed in a lightning strike in Gumla.
Three humans, including two women, have been murdered while lightning struck them at one-of-a-kind locations in Gumla district, police said on Saturday. A 14-year-antique lady, Akhtar Khatoon, Jaimuni Devi (20), and Arvind Pandey (17), have been killed. At the same time, a thunderbolt hit them at Tagore Toli village, Kemet village, and Siso More near the district on Friday nighttime during heavy rains, the police said. Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurates ‘Annual Conference on Capacity Building of State Disaster Response Forces’ Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurates ‘Annual Conference on Capacity Building of State Disaster Response Forces,’ with participants from Civil Defence, Home Guards, and Fire Services.