Human Rights least priority of Government: Amna Masood

ISLAMABAD- Chair Person Defence of Human Rights Amna Masood Janjua has said the governments change with tall claims but situation at the ground remain same.

Speaking to media persons at Islamabad Press Club, Amna Masood Janjua said the rights of human being are last in priority of the government. She announced that representatives of Defence of Human Rights and Civil Society will walk towards the parliament house to remind rulers of the country about rights of citizens and responsibilities of the government institutions.

She stated that right of life is foremost in all basic rights. She was of the opinion that Pakistan is estimated to be the highest in the ranking in context of forceful missing persons. The system that started in Pervez Musharraf’s era is being increased with every passing year.

Defence of Human Rights Council has requested the Speaker National Assembly to receive a Memorandum from Amna Masood Janjua having suggestions and demands to review violation of human rights in the country. She also announced that the council will also demonstrate a protest against forceful missing persons in front of the United Nations office.

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