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Pictured: British sisters aged 17 and 25 who were found dead 'after a bathroom gas leak'

Pakistani women in UK are 'shockingly badly integrated' | Daily Mail Online

By Isabella Nikolic For Mailonline. These are the two British sisters who were 'gassed to death' in a bathroom while visiting Pakistan for the anniversary of their grandfather's funeral. Maria, 25, and Nadia Rehman, 17, were found unconscious and in a 'half-dead state' in their room before they were rushed to hospital, where they later died, Pakistani media reported. It is believed the girls died from a gas leak from a geyser in their room, which is used to heat water. Maria Rehman, 25, and sister Nadia, 17, pictured together were found unconscious in a hotel bathroom in Gujrat, northern Pakistan. They were visiting the city of Gujrat, northern Pakistan, with father Abdul and mother Zarina for the anniversary of their grandfather's funeral.

Anti-Pakistan sentiment

By Shari Miller For Mailonline. Pakistani women living in the UK are 'shockingly badly integrated', a Cabinet Office survey is set to reveal. The findings of the UK's first disparity audit, published in full on Tuesday, hope to shed better light on how people from different backgrounds are treated in regards to their access to healthcare, education, employment and the criminal justice system. For women of Pakistani origin, the audit has revealed a particularly 'shocking' situation. The UK's first disparity audit will reveal that Pakistani women who do not speak English or go to work are 'living in an entirely different society and are shockingly badly integrated' file pic.
Anti-Pakistan sentiment or Pakistan-phobia also known as Pakophobia [1] [2] [3] [4] refers to hatred or hostility towards Pakistan , Pakistanis and Pakistani culture , ranging from criticism of public policies, to fear or an irrational fixation. The opposite of anti-Pakistan sentiment is pro-Pakistan sentiment. The Indian state officially rejects the validity of the Two Nation Theory , the notion that Indian Muslims are a distinct 'nation' and needed an independent homeland in South Asia. Both Indian nationalist secular and Hindu nationalist historiography reject the Two Nation Theory, and thus Pakistan, for their own reasons.