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Human Rights Commission of Pakistan

Since in 1986, the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has developed to become a broad-spectrum, countrywide human rights body. Nationally, the HRCP has established a leading role in providing a highly informed and independent voice in the struggle for human rights and democratic development in Pakistan - a role increasingly recognised internationally, also. It is an independent, voluntary, non-political, non-profit making, non-governmental organisation, registered under the Societies Registration Act (XXI of 1860), with its Secretariat office in Lahore. HRCP website is located at Here we present excerpts from their annual reports titled “State of Human Rights”.

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Ahmadis held without any evidence of blasphemy - Press Release - February 12, 2009
HRCP for end to hate-preaching & killing - Press Release - September 10, 2008
HRCP appalled by massacre of Ahmadis - Press Release - October 2005
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