Karachi—Special Assistant to Chief Minister Sindh for Human Rights Rehana Laghari has said the ‘Provincial Task Force on Human Rights’ will improve the commoners situation in the province.
This, she said while talking to a nine-member delegation of various NGOs at her office on Thursday, said a statement.
She said that her doors are always open for everyone working on the improvement of human rights situation in the province.
Delegation included Provincial Coordinator Democracy Reporter International Nagma Iqtadar, Pakistan Hindu Council Women Wing President Mangla Sharma, Executive Director Now Communities Farhat Parveen, Member WAF Commission Human for Rights Nuzhat Shireen, Social Activist of Peace Builder Youth Group Avinash Sharma, Associate PILAR Abbida Ali, Democracy Reporting International’s Zahida Farooq and others.
The HR Special Assistant informed delegation that Sindh government was taking maximum measures to improve awareness among the masses regarding their rights.
She further informed that all important departments of Sindh government are in the task force to strengthen the coordination and added that besides, two members of Sindh Assembly also included in the task force.
On the occasion, Farha Parveen, Avinash Sharma, Zahid Farooq, Mangla Sharma, Abida Ali and Nuzhat Shireen spoke on the child labor, minority community’s issue, women, trade union, removing ban on student union and presented their suggestion.