33.8 C
Saturday, February 29, 2020
- Advertisement -
Home Crime Watch Pakistan Parliament Vote In Favour of Public Hanging For Pedophiles

Pakistan Parliament Vote In Favour of Public Hanging For Pedophiles

On Friday, the 7th of February 2020, Pakistan’s parliament voted in support of a non-binding decision calling for the public hanging of felons convicted of the sexual abuse of children.

- Advertisement -

More than half of the assembly members of the Pakistan Parliament voted in favour of the resolution, which is not legally binding.

The resolution supports the public hanging of criminals charged with sexual abuse of children.

After presenting the resolution in the National Assembly, Ali Mohamed Khan, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs said;

“Those who commit crimes against children deserve no mercy  they should be hanged in the middle of the cities.’’

In addition to that, he stated that “The hanging will act as deterrence for others,’’

Until 2014, Pakistan had an unofficial halt on the death penalty,

However, the ban was lifted for people convicted of terrorism.

That is after Taliban gunmen killed almost 150 children at an army-run school in the northwestern town of Peshawar.

So since then, About 400 convicts on death row have been hanged.

- Advertisement -

In any case, in recent years, there has been a rapid increase in sexual crimes against children in Pakistan, but punishments are uncommon.

However, Taimur Kamal, a Rights activist said the lawmakers went too far with their demands for public hanging

He stated that “Anger against abusers is understandable, but seeking death for that is also not a solution.’

- Advertisement -
Victoria Michaelhttps://www.naijahomebased.com/
Victoria Michael is an entertainment & viral news reporter for Naijahomebased. She has a passion for writing.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

just in

Video: Governor forces Principal, Teachers to eat poor food they Serve Students in Zamfara

A video making wave on the internet captured moment Governor Bello Mohammed Matawalle of Zamfara state forced the Principal and Teachers of a school to...

Newcastle Ban Handshakes in order to avoid Coronavirus spread

Premier League side, Newcastle United, have placed a temporary ban on handshakes. According to Steve Bruce, the club made the move after...

Disposable face mask now ₦15K in Lekki – Ifu Ennada cries out

Nigerian Reality TV Star, Ifu Ennada has voiced out her frustration over a sudden hike in the price of disposable face mask...

Nigerian footballer tests positive for coronavirus in Italy

Italian newspaper La Nazione first reported that a 22-year-old footballer had been diagnosed with the coronavirus, officially named COVID-19 by the World...