Activists for early passage of bill to safeguard transgender ...

LAHORE: Activists of the transgender community on Monday urged lawmakers for early passage of The Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill and The Criminal Law (Amendment) (Protection of Rights of Transgender Persons) Act to provide relief to the eunuch community. Addressing a press ...

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