Human rights condition in Pakistan
Standing with every human, showering them with respect and providing adequate and equal resources without any discrimination of cast, creed, color or race are described as the features of human rights.
Human rights day is celebrated around the world every year, which was originated on 10th of December 1948, after a resolution was passed which comprised of acceptance of every individual with no regard to political, social, religious, national and gender discrimination.
Pakistan, the state which was established on the basis of Islam, supports the idea of fulfilment of human rights. However, the governmental organizations working for human rights mostly fail to ensure their provision. Everyone has been a victim of biasness whether in terms of gender, religion, political or social.
Scores of cases have been reported of brutal killings of females in the name of honor which are left uninvestigated or, if tried to be worked on, no progressive conclusions are ever generated. Women have always been discriminated and been unsuccessful to get their rights.
Moreover, people are centered by the dispute of shia-sunni conflicts, and minorities, such as Christians and Hindus, are not given their rights in Pakistan. Health disorders are increasing due to the toxic gasses and contamination. Quality educational system is also lacking.
Pakistan is lacking in providing basic human rights, everyone deserves freedom and care. The country is in dire need of personal and educational resources. On the contrary, Pakistan is now focusing on enhancing the departments of human rights looking forward in establishing a respectable perspective of the country in regards of human rights provisions.