However, it is very important to include this in a constitution provision to guarantee freedom of religion. Some religious beliefs prohibit people from being part of the military or receiving blood transfusion. This forms a component of a person’s religion or belief which should be protected. Finally, the Indian constitution illustrates the entitlement of institutions established for religious purposes. This gives religious institutions the right to establish and maintain institutions, manage its affair, own and administer its own property.
In Pakistan a lot of women are restricted because of their husbands as they are not well educated and do not allow their wives to get out of the house and work and the other reason is segregation (pardah). They do not want their wives or daughters to work in a male dominated
It is a cherished right of the people, and it is for the people. Of course, it is not an absolute right. But fundamental rights are the area where the State is prevented from treading. It is a clearance in middle of the jungle of State power. Under Part III of the Constitution of India, the citizen is granted a free arena where he/ she is protected fr.om intrusions of the State.
Many were persecuted for even saying something that does not correspond to their beliefs. As well as, they were also killed because the ruler of that country didn’t like that type of religion or want total control of their citizens.” Freedom of religion is severely restricted in Muslim countries”(New world Encyclopedia, 2017). Freedom of Religion is decreases, which means that there are countries that oppose Freedom of Religion. “ China and Vietnam, although they don’t govern the economy they still oppose religion”( Reese, 2015). “ Freedom of Religion is a human right that needs greater respect around the world” ( Reese, 2015).
1 INTRODUCTION This report is about the “Human rights” and “Violation of Human rights in Pakistan”. Humans are born with equal rights, every person on this planet have its own rights. Human rights should be the same for all people no matter what their background is. They have their own rights which are same as our rights and they must be respected by each of us. Everyone possess the same fundamental rights like food, shelter, health, security, safety, liberty, right to education, freedom to live, thought, move and many more and these rights must be respected protected by each of us.
Every citizen shall have the right to freedom of speech and expression, and there shall be freedom of the press, subject to any reasonable restrictions imposed by law in the interest of the glory of Islam or the integrity, security or defence of Pakistan or any part thereof, friendly relations with foreign States, public order, decency or morality, or in relation to contempt of court, [commission of] or incitement to an offence.” “ [Article: 19-A. Right to Information.- Every citizen shall have the right to have access to information in all matters of public importance subject to regulation and reasonable restrictions imposed by law. ]” 3. Leading Judgments of Pakistan Courts The issue of freedom of speech/expression came under consideration in the superior courts of Pakistan and dealt with delicate elaboration thereon in the judgments delivered. In order to understand the extent, scope and object of this very right and the obligation as to freedom of expression cast upon the media/press thereby, relevant excerpts from
FREEDOM OF RELIGION At the international legal level, freedom of religion is enshrined in article 18 ICCPR. The Constitution of the DPRK guarantees religious freedom in its article 68: “Citizens shall have freedom of religion. This right shall be guaranteed by permitting the construction of religious buildings and the holding of religious ceremonies. Religion shall not be used in bringing in outside forces or in harming the State and social order.” In its 2009 report to the UPR, the Government contended that State and religion are separate and that all religions are equal. It also stated that religious practitioners are free to have a religious life and to perform ceremonies according to their own religious rules at family worship centres and other facilities.
In this case, adopted children. It is also important to review the changes that have been made to it for the benefit of these children and whether these changes have been in the right direction. Another problem that must be addressed is what other changes must be made to further the interest of adopted children and how they must be made within the authority the religion permits. And through this problem, we arrive at the fundamental question: To what extent must Muslim personal law in India be reformed so as to benefit the adopted one? How can these changes be brought about?
But what about when the religious try to impose on others that they’re misguided and lost without religion. Are the others then supposed to just agree and not explain to the religious why they’ve come to the conclusion of their beliefs? The constitution of India under article 19 provides for freedom of expression but there’s a long history of wars fought under this article. Religious freedom undoubtedly is an important attribute of democracies. But it has degenerated in dogmatism and bigotism denying freedom of thought.
Islam instruct the muslim majority to secure the minorities and make alliances with them. Yet Pakistan has emerged on map with clear Islamic ideology but it failed to make well defined identity of its own. In recent time , we are having different ethnic , sectarians and tribal identities than