A law will be enforced to proscribe the trade of child organs by the provincial government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The person found guilty of involvement in the heinous trade would be awarded death penalty along with two million rupees fine. Whereas, child trafficking will be punished by 25 years of imprisonment.
The execution will be recorded by audio and visual means which will be accessible to the public.
Moreover, the drafted law also reveals that sexual offenders will not be employed by any department related to children nor they will be permitted to travel in transports used by children.
The recruitment of such culprits will lead to legal circumstances for the hiring department.
The drafted law will be discussed in the current session of the assembly for its approval which would result in the amendment of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa child protection and Welfare Act 2010.