UK urged to pressure Pakistan to hold those responsible for forced conversions accountable

UK urged to pressure Pakistan to hold those responsible for forced conversions accountable

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Underlining that Pakistan government narrative and policies have consistently been anti-Hindu, the World Sindhi Congress, an NGO, urged the United Kingdom to pressure Islamabad to hold all parties and community members accountable for forced conversions and forced marriages.

Underlining that Pakistan government narrative and policies have consistently been anti-Hindu, the World Sindhi Congress, an NGO, urged the United Kingdom to pressure Islamabad to hold all parties and community members accountable for forced conversions and forced marriages.

In a written submission to British lawmakers Jim Shannon, Marie Rimmer and David Alton on February 18, the WSC - an UK, USA and Canada-based human rights advocacy orgzation - said Pakistan is known as one of the world's most religiously intolerant countries. Freedom of religion is loosely legislated, and religious minorities regularly suffer violence and discrimination.

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