The United Nations' Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) has said that discriminatory legislation by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government has empowered people with "extremist mindsets" to carry out attacks on religious minorities.
In its 47-page report titled, ''Pakistan-Religious freedom under attack'', released in December, the CSW, a commission of the United Nations Economic and Social Council, has expressed concerns over the increasing "weaponisation and politicisation" of the blasphemy laws and the anti-Ahmadiyya legislation which are being used not only to persecute religious minorities but also to gain political ground.
The commission said that Christian and Hindu communities in Pakistan are "particularly vulnerable", especially women and girls.
In case you think that it's just a tiny, small, microscopic minority of Muslims:
"Each year hundreds are abducted and forced to convert and marry Muslim men. Victims have little or no hope of being returned to their families due to the serious threats and intimidation from abductors against the girls and their families. This is compounded by the lack of police will to take action, weaknesses in the judicial process and discrimination from both police and judiciary towards religious minority victims," the report read.
Imran Khan is not going to change anything. He might pay lip service and that's about it. He didn't become prime minister by being supportive of Ahmadis, Hindus, Christians, etc. If you want to be politically popular in Pakistan, then you have to project yourself as deeply against Ahmadis, Indians, Jews, and Americans. Come to think of it, that recipe is basically true for almost every Muslim country.