The case has shocked Pakistan’s medical community, which has been busy battling COVID-19.
Pakistani wildlife officials in southwestern Balochistan filmed a male leopard and spotted female footprints, creating hope for the species.
“Initially, there was no response from the people and my family also criticised me for doing something against our culture.”
The library, operating three days a week, is the only source of books for may children in half a dozen villages in Balochistan province.
An increasing number of Pakistanis are making videos that have resulted in arrests and even deaths.
In many cases, the two-finger test is conducted without the consent or prior knowledge of the survivor, say activists.