The National Assembly Standing Committee on Law and Justice was informed that Chinese citizens are marrying Pakistani women and then selling their organs.
Startling revelations were made during the provincial assembly session, particularly discussing the state of women rights in the country. As reported by a local reporting channel, Rana Sanaullah mocked that women in Pakistan’s rural areas are rigid and men are assaulted as well. Sana added that they asked their minister to present the bill for the protection of women rights, but he did not approve of it.
In the session, Shanela Ruth raised her concerns about the issue of forced conversions and pressed for the need for proper legislation against it. She also added that the state is failing to protect women, and the laws meant to guard their rights are not being properly implemented with little to effectiveness.