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Create a new Playlist. Wajid believes that a day will come when people in Pakistan will accept the LGBTI community but until then, he will continue to stay in the closet. Vigilante executions, beatings and torture are also tolerated. Many Pakistanis were greatly offended by this and called this event an act of "social and cultural terrorism against the country".
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- In , Parliament passed the Transgender Persons Protection of Rights Act which established broad protections for transgender people. In March , at the Human Rights Council , Hina Jilani , who was then also Chair of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan and former Special Representative of the Secretary-General said, "it was very important to emphasise that a serious obstacle was the persistent denial of protection for people from violence on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
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- The countries delayed their votes to stall the process and proposed amendments that were meant to kill the measure deliberately, removing all references to discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, rendering the resolution meaningless. Lesbians have very minimum focus and are mostly invisible.
- When asked what would happen if people knew he was gay he replied that he would be physically attacked and beaten. Political parties, interest groups and other political organisations in Pakistan are required to support Islam and public morality.
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