Child offenders

On Friday, The National Assembly approved a resolution calling for public hanging of the convicts who have mistreated children.

The resolution was passed with a majority poll amid opposition from the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).

It was tabled in the lower house of the Parliament by Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) legislator and Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Ali Muhammad Khan.

He stated that Prime Minister Imran Khan expects hanging punishment for child abuse convicts.

”When we put forward the issue of a public hanging in the National Assembly’s standing committee on Human Rights headed by Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, it was contradicted,” the parliamentary minister announced augmenting that the government desires new law enforcement aimed at the hanging of the convicts.

Additional PTI lawmaker Imran Khattak also agreed on the demand for the choosing this certain the resolution of public hanging of child rape convicts.

Prior Prime Minister and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Parliamentarian Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, nevertheless, opposed the move explaining that the nation has signed a United Nations (UN) Charter against public hangings and if it is approved then the world would not abide it.

Ahead in the day, the National Assembly briefed that such incidents of harassment of children in the federal capital Islamabad, contending that it had glimpsed a decline with 60 cases registered in 2019 as opposed to 66 cases in the prior year.

The report came to a decision in the lower house of the Parliament and it said that 80 people were accused of committing the act held during 2018 while 75 nabbed in 2019.

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