Fair play. This shouldn't be dismissed as propaganda. Pakistan must protect its minorities better. I'm not saying Pakistan is a hell hole for minorities because it certainly isn't. Non-muslims aren't scared to walk the streets and conduct their business for instance. But we can and must do better against the particular phenomenon you highlighted. Emphasis needs to come from the top so that the miscreants know where the nation actually stands on such issues.So, since you people were saying that the sources are dubious, and our analyst here is presuming a lot of stuff funny enough, while calling my sources dubious. If he read into it, he would know that half of these court cases are settled out of court, dropped, and passed, and it has been in the news.
And firstly, before I share sources, I think it would be nice if our analyst here answered this understanding he lives in Pakistan and not the United States.
a. Police reluctance to register cases, investigate, and sometimes are part of the crime.
b. Intimidation and threat to victims.
c. In most cases, the custody of the victim remains with the abductor during the trial.
d. Discrimination by jury, and they're also part of the problem many times.
e. Abductor gives a false testimony of the girl, and that is used as evidence. Cases are thrown out.
Now, the sources, which are easy to find.
Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
Reported cases per month are 25; it has tens of other sources cited, and other intricacies.
Minority Rights Commission
I would say relevant because I don't see what significant has happened in the past 8 years to seriously, action-ably address this.
USCIRF Annual Report 2013
Read into what Pakistan Hindu Council and National Commission of Justice and Peace had to say
Vice Chairperson of Human Rights Commission of Pakistan says that 20 or more Hindu girls are abducted and converted every month, also shows what Hindu politician had to say
265 cases reported in a year
3000 cases in between 2012-2017, that is 50 per month, according to university of Birmingham University
Every possible kind of source you could imagine, and every kind of institution. Admit there's a problem, instead of living in denial.