Human Rights Minister eyeing up IT mechanism for reporting human rights violations

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Ministry of Human Rights is chalking out strategy to develop an IT mechanism for reporting human rights violations. For this reason a meeting was held on May 3, Wednesday. Federal Minister for Human Rights Kamran Michael chaired this meeting, when he was briefed about the design and development of the proposed mechanism.

Pakistani Minister of Human Rights

In a press release sent to Christians in Pakistan, the Ministry of Human Rights stated that no stone will be left unturned in order to address the issues of human rights violations and to facilitate the citizens. The press release issued by the Ministry for Human Rights says:

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“Federal Minister for Human Rights Senator Kamran Michael has said that all out efforts are being made to improve the human rights situation throughout the country. In this regard, he said, comprehensive IT mechanism (application) will be introduced soon to redress the grievances and human rights violations.”

This meeting was also attended by Secretary Ministry of Human Rights, Ms. Rabia Javeri Agha, and heads of all departments of the ministry. At the same time other officials of the ministry were also present. On this occasion, the Federal Minister lauded the efforts of concerned officials and appreciated their efforts to improve the situation of human rights in the country.

Rights Minister was briefed about the design and development of the IT mechanism which would be used to report violation of human rights. For this reason an application will be launched soon, so as to redress human rights violations.

“Addressing the meeting Minister said that well-coordinated efforts are needed to address the human rights violations. He directed that all concerned officials of the ministry to be vigilant to rectify the untoward incident,” the press release explained.