Global Human Rights Defence on 12th December exposed the extent of the problem when it aired short documentaries at Pathé Buitenhof, Buitenhof 20, The Hague.
This triggered the protest in Malaysia where the Hindus felt the need to speak out for the Hindus in Pakistan.
A glimpse of one of the documentaries, that will be shown at the screening on the twelfth of December 2017.In Pakistan, at least 1.000 girls per year are victims of forced religious conversions and child marriages. The exact amount is expected to be much higher due to the fact that many cases are not being reported. The victims are often girls belonging to religious minorities. GHRD invites you to raise your awareness about these human rights violations by attending the screening of two documentaries and a Q&A-session on the 12th of december, from 16:00 to 19:00, at Pathe Buitenhof Den Haag.On behalf of GHRD, I kindly request you to register by filling in the form on this link: https://ti.to/global-human-rights-defence/film-screening-pakistanPlease bring a valid ID, you must show this upon arrival.It starts with awareness, let the victims know that they are not alone, together we stand stronger!
Posted by Global Human Rights Defence on Saturday, December 2, 2017
He called for forced conversion to be nipped in the bud.
CR Selva was, however, much dissatisfied when the Pakistani Ambassador refused to accept the memorandum that the protestors wanted to deliver in person. He told currentriggers.com:
Read full on: http://www.currentriggers.com/world/malaysian-hindus-protesting-pakistan/