The Police allegedly threw the two women into sack and beat them with sticks until their deaths.
Qamar Naseem, feminism and social rights activist from the Blue Veins group spoke to The Independent. â€śWe want information because right now this is a very confusing situation and many in the transgender community in Saudi Arabia are feeling delicate and scared,â€ť she said.
â€śThey are not treated fairly even by criminal law in Saudi Arabia, and itâ€™s not just people from Pakistan, itâ€™s people from different parts of the world.
â€śGender fluid people are treated badly, sometimes flogged, and if someone is arrested on the same law for a second time they can be executed.â€ť
He said the group of women were hosting a Pakistani ceremony Guru Chela Chalan in which the trans community chooses their guru.
Homosexuality is illegal in Saudi Arabia and it is alleged that the women were arrested for cross-dressing and having same-sex relationships.