Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif says Pakistan will persist in working for justice, equality, dignity and human rights. https://republicpolicy.com/international-human-rights-day-and-human-rights-crises-in-pakistan/
In his message on World Human Rights Day, which is observed on Saturday, he said we must work together in solidarity to realize a society devoid of inequality and injustice.
The Prime Minister said the theme for this year is “Dignity, Freedom, and Justice for Everyone”, and accordingly, we must not forget the vision of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who wanted us a free nation where we all could be equal citizens of one state.
He said the Constitution of Pakistan translates this vision into reality by enshrining these values as fundamental rights applicable to all citizens of the country.
The Prime Minister said we must also continue our collective efforts to ensure that the people of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir can enjoy the same rights and freedom available to any citizen of a free state.https://republicpolicy.com/will-the-state-of-pakistan-ensure-the-implementation-of-human-rights-in-pakistan-2/
In a tweet on Saturday, the Prime Minister urged the world community to renew its political will to protect human rights.
He said the present global tumult is explained by denying fundamental rights to oppressed people, such as Kashmiris in India who illegally occupied Jammu, Kashmir, and Palestinians.
The Prime Minister said societies whose foundations are built on human rights prosper faster than others.