This is the third incident of discrimination against Christians in Pakistan since the outbreak of COVID-19
Nadeem Sohotra was told that his family cannot live in that neighborhood because of their religious identity.
Christians and Hindus are often treated like second-class citizens in Pakistan.
"Our daughters are often sexually harassed by influential Muslims," Saima’s father told International Christian Concern (ICC).
According to Pakistani Christian leaders, Christians make up between 80% to 90% of the country’s sanitation workforce.
Huma Younus, a 14-year-old Pakistani girl was abducted, raped and forcibly converted to Islam in last October.
The country’s Christian community continued to suffer discrimination, intolerance, and instances of outright persecution.
The young man was beaten by his Muslim employer for he wanted to take a day off and go to church.
The 22-year-old Saleem Masih was brutally beaten and died a few days later because of his injuries.