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Federal Minister for Human Rights on horrid child abductions in Punjab: Each and every child will be brought back


Federal Minister for Human Rights Kamran Michael holds a press conference over rising kidnappings of children in Punjab especially in Lahore. The press conference was held on August 5, Friday which was arranged by Federal Minister for Human Rights Pakistan. At this occasion High police officials were also present along with journalists and media representatives.

Federal Minister Kamran Michael briefs media about child kidnappings in Lahore

This press conference was attended by several Parliamentarians, human rights activists and a large number of national media representatives. D.I.G Investigation and other police officials briefed the attendees on the alarming issue of children’s kidnapping. They stated that thus far several children were recovered while there were about 55 children still missing.

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While addressing the press conference, Senator Kamran Michael guaranteed that he would employ all his energies in order to recover the missing children, and bring them back to their parents. During the conference, recommendations of development of an inter-provincial mechanism were made in order to curb the abductions. According to the recommended inter-provincial mechanism, once a complaint of child abduction is registered, abductees’ picture and credentials would automatically circulate, in all four provinces which would ensure that they are not moved to other provinces without getting detected.

At the same time, it was stated that by means of unanimity a campaign would be run in order to create consciousness while educating the parents and general public on protection of their children. It was further stated that police will make sure that effect measures are taken to ensure the protection of children, while parents were urged to keep an eye on their children and do not let them out.