Hold­ing Jir­gas is pro­hib­ited in Sindh: Na­dia

Pakistan Observer - - KARACHI CITY -

KARACHI—Co­or­di­na­tor to Chief Min­is­ter Sindh for Hu­man Rights Ms. Na­dia Gabol has said that prac­tice of hold­ing il­le­gal Jir­gas, to set­tle dis­putes, is pro­hib­ited in Sindh prov­ince and Hu­man Rights De­part­ment is all set to pre­vent this in­valid rit­ual across the prov­ince.

She also said that the ju­di­ciary had also played vi­tal role in curb­ing such il­le­gal tribal as­sem­blies by im­pos­ing ban on hold­ing of Jir­gas in April 2004 in Sindh, said a state­ment on Fri­day.

She said that Pak­istan Peo­ples Party had zero tol­er­ance on vi­o­la­tion of hu­man rights in any form, any­where and would re­sist any hu­man rights vi­o­la­tion in the coun­try.

The PPP had been un­der the lead­er­ship of the PPP Chair­man Bi­lawal Bhutto Zar­dari strug­gling for the up­lift of the op­pressed and left no stone un­turned re­gard­ing bring­ing im­prove­ment in lives of the masses and for the pro­tec­tion and re­spect of the rights as hu­mans, she added.—APP

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