Punjab Becomes Second Pakistani Province To Impose Punishment For Clerics, Parents Who Allow Child Marriage

Reuters: Second Pakistan province cracks down on child marriage
“Clerics in Pakistan’s most populous province of Punjab will be punished if they allow underage marriages along with the parents of the youngsters under tougher penalties imposed by the second Pakistan province to act to curb child marriage…” (Mustafa, 3/10).

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