- The persecution of minorities continues unabated in Pakistan even under the rule of Imran Khan.
- Muslim nurses took over the church built inside a mental hostel in Lahore.
- He threatened the Christian staff that either they convert to religion or else blasphemy law will be imposed.
The persecution of minorities in the country continues openly even under the rule of Prime Minister Imran Khan, who promised to make Pakistan a princely state. In the latest incident, a church built inside a mental hostel in Lahore was occupied by Muslim nurses and started
Not only this, Muslim nurses also threatened the administration of the hospital to sack all non-Muslim employees from their jobs. Muslim nurses have also desecrated the church. No case has been filed by the Imran Khan government yet on the Pakistani Muslim nurses. According to Pakistani journalist Nayal Inayat, this is the third major case of blasphemy-violence against Christian nurses.
Case filed under blasphemy law
In the same year, a case has been registered against a nurse in Karachi and a nurse in Faisalabad under the alleged blasphemy law. This act of Pakistani Muslim nurses is being widely criticized on social media. Not only this, serious questions are being raised on the Imran Khan government’s claim to protect the interests of minorities.
Explain that along with international organizations, human rights organizations of Pakistan have also been raising their voice against the targeting of minorities, but the situation does not seem to be getting better. Cases of violence often occur not only with Hindus, but also with Christians and minority castes. Sometimes minor girls are kidnapped and forced to marry, and religion is changed, sometimes places of worship and homes are targeted.