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Human Libration Commission Pakistan
Human Rights Organization in Pakistan

Cases Deal's By HLCP

Human Liberation Commission Pakistan (HLCP) is struggling for the
Human Rights of civil society.


Fewer of our strugle are listed below:

Aslam Pervaiz Sahotra talks about the issue of Attack on Trinity
Church of village in an interview

Aslam Pervaiz Sahotra Chairman of Masiha Millat Party and Founder of Human Liberation Commission Pakistan talks about the issue of Attack on Trinity Church in Village Kala Shah Kaku in an interview. Dated 10-05-2020.


Rismsha Masih Case PIC

I'm scared … I'm afraid of anyone who might kill us,''
Rimsha Masih told a TV interviewer.

Rimsha Masih

press for Rimsha Masih pic

Chairman Human Liberation Commission Pakistan(HLCP) Aslam Pervaiz Sahotra, Director International Affairs HLCP Pastor Anwar Javed, Chairman Sharing Life Ministry Sohail Johnson, Senior Vice President Masiha Millat Party Punjab Ashraf Khokhar, President Hindu Welfare Council Dr.Munawar Chand and President Mashal Youth Society Saleem Shakir are addressing in a press conference about false blasphamy charges against Rimsha Masih (Islamabad) and assasination of innocent Christian Faisal Masih Mughal (Essa Nagri Karachi) on Septermer 5, 2012 at Lahore Press Conference.


They carried crosses and banners demanding that the blasphemy laws be repealed and Aasia Bibi be released from death row.


Asia Bibi (Prisioner in Dist.Jail.Sheikhpure)


Chairman of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, said that clerics should not be allowed to schedule protests during the celebration of Christmas and other religious holidays.


Aslam Parvaiz Sahotra, president of the Masiha Milan Party, said that Christians had a right to protest and the government must ensure that this right is not usurped by religious extremists. “Were it not for the police, the TNR protestors would have pounced on us,” he said. He said the Christians’ protest was meant to be a response to the rallies in favour of the blasphemy laws, which he believed were meant to “ruin” the celebration of Christmas.


Muslims or Christians or whatever religion, nothing is above humanity.

Human Liberation Commission has raised a voice for the affected couple, the matter has brought to public notice the ever-needed necessity of tolerance in order for justice to prevail. In many Muslim-dominated societies, people are always welcome to convert from other religions to Islam. But when they leave Islam and embrace another faith, they are labeled as apostates and hunted or persecuted.


Constitution of Pakistan everyone has the right to live wherever they want.

Human Liberation Commission head Aslam Parvaiz Sahotra condemned the couples’ eviction and said that according to the Constitution of Pakistan everyone has the right to live wherever they want. He appealed to Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Punjab Governor Sardar Latif Khan Khosa to take notice of the matter and provide security to both couples.slam Parvaiz Sahotra, president of the Masiha Milan Party, said that Christians had a right to protest and the government must ensure that this right is not usurped by religious extremists. “Were it not for the police, the TNR protestors would have pounced on us,” he said. He said the Christians’ protest was meant to be a response to the rallies in favour of the blasphemy laws, which he believed were meant to “ruin” the celebration of Christmas.



In hope for justice and government support

LAHORE: A family from Bahawalpur that has set up home on a footpath in front of the Lahore Press Club attempted suicide for the second time, yesterday, in front of the Aiwan-e-Iqbal entrance to attract the attention of Federal Law Minister Babar Awan who had given a speech there earlier

Human Liberation Commission of Pakistan (HLCP), an NGO, offered to help them with accommodation and legal expertise. HLCP president Aslam Pervez said the family would be safer staying outside the Press Club.