The government failed to take adequate steps to prevent and respond to deadly attacks on Shia and other religious minorities in 2015.In February, 19 people were killed after Taliban militants stormed a Shia mosque in Peshawar. In March, suicide bombers belonging to Tehrik-i-Taliban targeted two churches in the Christian neighborhood of Youhana Abad in Lahore, kil.ling 14. In May, an attack by Jundullah on members of the Ismaili Shia community in Karachi killed 43 people.
The attacks highlighted the threat armed extremist groups to pose to religious minorities, and the government’s failure to apprehend or prosecute perpatrators.
Discrimination and Attacks on religous Minorities
Counterterrorism and Law Enforcement Abuses
Suicide bombings, armed attacks, and killings by the Taliban, Al-Qaeda, and their affiliates targeted nearly every sector of Pakistani society, including religious minorities and journalists, resulting in hundreds of deaths. In connection with these attacks, military courts sentenced at least 15 people to death in proceedings shrouded in secrecy, giving rise to fair trial concerns. So Basically if they suspected you had anything to do with any conflicts they would take you in and basically trial you.