Christian and Hindu are still Being discriminated in Sindh, Pakistan.
New jobs openings by District population welfare office, Dadu openly doing Racial discrimination against Christian and Hindu.
Religious minorities make up only about 4 percent of Pakistan’s total population, yet they feature prominently in news reports about the second-largest Muslim nation-state in the world.5 In contrast to the scenery depicted in the music video, though, the atmosphere for minorities in Pakistan is usually portrayed as anything but peaceful. At the center of the popular discourse on this topic lies an emphasis on everyday experiences of violence, discrimination and exclusion.
Issues range from a lack of access to education, sanitation, transportation and health care, to occupational discrimination and more direct experiences of violence such as abductions and forced conversions, accusations of blasphemy, targeted killings, and frequent attacks on places of worship.6 This portrayal of religious minorities in Pakistan seems to suggest that little or no normal life is possible for them.