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Words have a great power!!
They can heal you, make you, break you, encourages you and can degrade You,
Always think before You Speak!!
If you can't talk two sweet words then
Don't talk two bitter words,
If you can't encourage then don't dicourage,
If you can't appreciate don't degrade,
For You these are just words but Your these words can break anyone and lift them down,
Because of Your words, They will start hating theirselves and can't rise again🌟
So Be kind to Everyone because
This World needs it the most❤️
We all live in a Society where,
Our hopes, Our expectations, Our wishes
are judged by people's choice,
Where People decides that what is
good & what is bad for Us,
Where we live our own lives
according to the people!!
We owe our life✯
We all should know that What we are,
What we want, What we like, What gives
us happiness, What makes us beautiful,
What give us peace and What is best for us,
Truly Everyone can only
No one can really support and
Because The people around us can only know us, They can't understand us!!
So Instead of worrying about
Live Your Life The Way You Want✿
Do What Makes You Happy✿
Make Your Happiness A Priority✿
Your Happiness, Your hopes, Your Expectations,
Your dreams, Your Inspirations, Your Peace..
They are the only things that really
matters to You ❤️
No one can do it for you,
You are the only one who can do it,
You are the only one who can make
You are the only one who can give you mentally peace✨
"LIVE YOUR LIFE FREE FROM PEOPLE'S THOUGHTS AND THEIR JUDGEMENTS"
-University Life Part 2:
"The Girl who stops"
I am the student of university in 2nd year of Bachelors.
As being friendly with both boys and girls , i have experienced that what they have gone through in this time period of their Uni life. I am highlighting some girls issue which i have seen,heard,solved,observed till now.
-In our society there is still a thought that education for a girl is less important than that of boys , this is the very first thing that stops a girl.
-A girl who passes the entry test and is now entering the university with all thoughts:
1. Parents respect
2. Career plan
3. Future plan
4. People criticism
5. Her own respect
6. Fear of past
7. Fear of environment
8. Fear of new peoples
9. Fear of public speaking
10. And many more (every girl can relate)
With all these thoughts , when a girl enters in a university what she wishes and expect for is that a support from other girls , a homelike environment in hostels, a brother-like love from boys , a parents love from teachers, a respect guarantee from the environment of university but what she gets is :
1. Harassment through eyes:
(You feel insecure when people keep staring at you , no matter what your dressing is , people will stare at you , because they don't have a sister or they don't care about their sisters too)
2. Hooting from students:
(You keep on hearing the vulgar words from everyone because you are good looking , you are beautiful , you are fashionable , you are open-minded , but not everyone sees you with this sight , they will keep on shouting like an animal)
3. Harsh behavior from girls:
(Even the girls will not support you when you will share your problems , they are scared too , they will say you to ignore and you start ignoring and you will be ignoring it till your last day of university and after you another girl will face it ,because you didn't take any action to resolve it only because no-one was there to support you)
4. Insecurities everywhere:
(non secure contacts, anyone reaches you on social media and personal contact and that things keep on growing time by time and till when you are used to it)
5. Trust issues everywhere:
(Its so hard for a girl to trust anyone and share her secrets and problems , even the girls will change their behavior when you tell them about your weakness or problem everyday, how its possible for you to trust a boy , when you dont know that what his real intentions are)
What are the after effects of this in mostly cases are:
2. Studies failure
4. Leaving studies
-Love-life of a girl:
There are 70% chances that a girl or a boy falls in love in this age(16-26) , and another thing which can be a reason of girls construction or destruction , falling in love is not a BAD THING but falling from limits is WORST , a girl faces this and if it goes wrong , her life is almost destroyed after this.
"What should be the mindset of a girl before entering university" ?
-Strong speaking skills.
-Should know that there is HARASSMENT CELL and should take full advantage of it.
-Should be clear about her intentions and actions.
-Should be known of her values and priorities.
-Should be open minded and should not care of negativity from people.(If she is sure that she is Right)
-Should respect the opposite gender(and have good observing skills because not everyone is BAD)
-Her first priority should be her Career.
-Away from gender discrimination.
-Positivity and many more.
Via: Hamid Abbasi
کیا ہمیں با اختیار محکمہ سماجی بہبود سندھ کی ضرورت ہے؟
سندھ کے تمام اضلاع میں تعلقی سطح پر غیر سرکاری تنظیموں کی سرگرمیوں کی نگرانی کے لئے ایک مناسب طریقہ کار موجودنہیں ہے ، محکمہ سوشل ویلفیئر سندھ کے تمام این جی اوز پر نظر رکھنے میں ناکام رہا تھا کیوں کہ این جی او کی رجسٹریشن کے متعدد ڈپارٹمیٹ ہیں جو بوقت رجسٹریشن کر رہے ہیں۔ وزارت صنعت ، ایس ای سی پی سمیت ایس ڈبلیو ڈی وغیرہ۔ سوشل ویلفیئر کے پاس کسی بھی سماجی کام کرنےاور سماجی مسئلے کا مؤثر طریقے سے مقابلہ کرنے کے لئے
اسٹاف جیسے ورکرز ، بچوں کی دیکھ بھال کے کارکنان ،اور معاونین موجود ہیں۔
اس محکمے کا بنیادی مقصد نچلی سطح پر فلاح فراہم کرنا ہے کیونکہ ان میں بھی صلاحیت موجود ہے۔ تاہم ، رجسٹریشن اتھارٹی کا ابہام ہمیشہ ہی عام لوگوں ، قانون نافذ کرنے والے اداروں اور یہاں تک کہ کنٹرولنگ اتھارٹی کو پریشان کرتا ہے۔ رضاکارانہ ایجنسیوں (رجسٹریشن اینڈ کنٹرول) آرڈیننس -1961 ، انڈسٹریز اینڈ کوآپریٹو سوسائٹی (سوسائٹی رجسٹریشن ایکٹ 1860) کے تحت سماجی بہبود کے محکموں سمیت سندھ حکومت کی مختلف وزارتوں اور محکموں کے ساتھ ہزاروں غیر سرکاری تنظیمیں رجسٹرڈ ہیں۔ ان میں سے بہت سارے کوآپریٹو سوسائٹیوں کے ماتحت ہیں۔ تاہم ، ان کے پاس خیراتی آرگنائزیشن کی سرگرمیوں کی نگرانی کے لئے میکانزم کا کوئی مینڈیٹ نہیں ہے۔ اس کے باوجود ، ان کے پاس معاشرے کے سلوک اور این جی اوز کے کام کی نگرانی کے لئے سوشیالوجی یا سوشل ورک کی ڈگری کے ساتھ مناسب مہارت اور مطلوبہ صلاحیت نہیں ہے۔
اس سے ڈیٹا اکٹھا کرنے میں پریشانی پیدا ہوتی ہے۔ جب انکوائری کی جاتی ہے تو ، غیر سرکاری تنظیمیں اعداد و شمار جمع کرنے سے انکار کردیتی ہیں کیونکہ وہ سوشل ویلفیئر کے ڈومین کے تحت نہیں آتی ہیں اور اس سے ایک ہی وقت میں بہت سارے محکموں سے رجسٹریشن حاصل کرکے کالی بھیڑوں کو چیریٹی فنڈز کا غلط استعمال کرنے کی راہ ہموار ہوتی ہے۔
محکمہ سوشل ویلفیئر کے پاس رضاکارانہ ایجنسیوں کے ایکٹ 1961 اور 1962 کے تحت این جی اوز کی سرگرمیوں کا مشاہدہ کرنے کے لئے ایک مناسب طریقہ کار اور افسران موجود ہیں۔ این جی او کے بہت سارے اہلکار سخت نگرانی کی لہر کے بارے میں جان چکے ہیں اور انہوں نے محکمہ سوشل ویلفیئر کے تحت اپنی تنظیموں کو رجسٹرڈ کروانے کے خلاف فیصلہ کیا ہے۔
اگر وہ محکمہ سوشل ویلفیئر کے ذریعہ اپنی این جی اوز کو رجسٹرڈ کرواتے ہیں تو ، انہیں اپنے متعلقہ محکمہ کے اسسٹنٹ ڈائریکٹر کے دفتر میں ہر سال کے بعد سالانہ آڈٹ رپورٹ ،دو ھزار روپے کی سالانہ تجدید فیس اور عہدیداروں کی انتخابی رپورٹ پیش کرنا ہوگی۔ اس کے علاوہ ، این جی او کے نام سے کی جانے والی تمام سرگرمیوں پر متعلقہ اسسٹنٹ ڈائریکٹر کے ذریعہ کڑی نگرانی کی جائے گی۔ اس طرح کے اقدامات عطیات اور دیگر متعلقہ فنڈز کے غلط استعمال کو روکتے ہیں۔
ان خدشات کی روشنی میں حال ہی میں ، سندھ چیریٹیز رجسٹریشن اینڈ ریگولیشن بل ، 2019 کو 22 نومبر ، 2019 کو سندھ کی صوبائی اسمبلی نے منظور کیا تھا اور 02 دسمبر ، 2019 کو گورنر سندھ نے اس کی منظوری دی تھی۔ اس کے ذریعہ یہ قانون سازی سندھ کے ایکٹ کے بطور شائع ہوا ہے۔
حکومت سندھ نے صوبے میں خیراتی سرگرمیوں کو منظم کرنے کے لئے ایک قانون سازی بل پاس کیا ہے۔ یہ قانون خیراتی اداروں کے پردے کے تحت کام کرتے ہوئے مجرمانہ یا سیاسی سرگرمیوں میں ملوث تنظیموں کے خلاف کارروائی کی قانونی بنیاد فراہم کرے گا۔ سندھ چیریٹیز ایکٹ 2019 خیراتی سرگرمیوں کو باقاعدہ نظر رکھے گا جس میں عطیہ کرنے والوں اور خیراتی اداروں کے لئے چندہ وصول کرنے والے افراد شامل ہیں۔
محکمہ سوشل ویلفیئر کے وزیر ، مشیر یا وزیر اعلی کا معاون خصوصی اس کمیشن کا چیئرپرسن ہوگا اور ان کی عدم موجودگی میں ، یہ وزیر اعلی کے ذریعہ نامزد کوئی دوسرا فرد ہوسکتا ہے جس نے واضح کیا ہے کہ چیریٹیز صرف چیریٹی ایکٹ کے تحت رجسٹرڈ ہوگا۔
صوبائی حکومت محکمہ سوشل ویلفیئر کے اندر سے گریڈ
20 میں درج ایک ڈائریکٹر جنرل کو کمیشن کا ڈائریکٹر جنرل مقرر کرے گی۔ اہلکار کمیشن کے سیکریٹری کی حیثیت سے بھی کام کریں گے۔ انتظامیہ اور فیصلوں کے نفاذ کا ذمہ دار۔ قانون کے مطابق ، کمیشن خیراتی اداروں پر عوام کا اعتماد اور اعتماد برقرار رکھے گا۔ اس سے چیریٹیوں کے فنڈ ریزنگ میں اندراج ، انضباط اور منظوری ہوگی۔
قانون خیراتی تنظیموں ، پرموٹروں اور فنڈ ریزنگ محکموں کو رجسٹر کرنا ضروری بناتا ہے۔ قانون میں بتایا گیا ہے کہ ڈونرز کو اپنی آمدنی کے ذرائع کے بارے میں آگاہ کرنا ہوگا۔ قانون کے تحت سندھ چیریٹی کمیشن اور چیریٹی رجسٹریشن اتھارٹی بھی قائم کیا جائے گا۔ ایکٹ میں یہ بھی تجویز کیا گیا ہے کہ وہ تمام چندہ پچاس ھزار روپے سے زائد بنکوں میں جمع کروائیں۔ اس مسودے میں تجویز کیا گیا ہے کہ ایک خیراتی تنظیم ، ٹرسٹی قانون کی خلاف ورزی پر دس لاکھ تک جرمانہ عائد کرنے کے لئے ذمہ دار ہوگی۔ سندھ چیریٹیز ایکٹ 2019 کے نفاذ کے بعد غیر رجسٹرڈ غیر منافع بخش تنظیموں کے خلاف کارروائی کا آغاز کیا جائے گا۔
ایکٹ میں ، ایک کمیشن تشکیل دینے کا انتظام کیا گیا ہے ، جس کا عنوان ہے ، ‘چیریٹیز ، رجسٹریشن اینڈ ریگولیشن کمیشن’ جس میں 12 ممبر ہوں گے ، جن میں سندھ اسمبلی کے اسپیکر کے ذریعہ نامزد دو ایم پی اے بھی شامل ہیں۔ کمیشن اپنے فرائض سرانجام دے گا ، اپنے اختیارات کا استعمال کرے گا اور مقررہ انداز میں اس کی کارروائی کرے گا۔ چیریٹی تنظیمیں اپنے تمام مالی لین دین اور خیراتی رقم اور عطیات کے بارے میں تفصیلی ریکارڈ رکھنے کے پابند ہوں گی اور کسی بھی کاروبار یا سیاسی مقصد کے لئے استعمال نہیں ہوں گی۔ کسی چیریٹی تنظیم کی تمام مالی اور سماجی سرگرمیوں کی نگرانی کی جائے گی اور سندھ چیریٹی کمیشن قانون کی خلاف ورزی پر چیریٹی کی رجسٹریشن منسوخ کرسکتا ہے۔
رضا محمد میمن
DO WE NEED TO EMPOWER SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT SINDH?
Having a proper mechanism to monitor activities of NGOs and sufficient staff at Taluka level in all the districts of Sindh, Social Welfare Department had failed to keep an eye on all the NGOs of Sindh due to hurdles of many registration authorities such as Industrial Ministry, SECP, SWD, etc. Social has not only office set-up along with Man-power but also social mobilizers such as Auxiliary Workers, Child Care Workers, Assistants to combat any hazardous. The prime aim of this department is to provide welfare at grass root level as they have capability too; however, the ambiguity of registration Authority has always troubled the general public, law enforcement agencies and even the controlling Authority. Thousands of NGOs have been registered with various ministries and departments of the Sindh government, including the departments of social welfare under the Voluntary Agencies (Registration & Control) Ordinance-1961, Industries and Cooperative Societies (Societies Registration Act-1860). Of them, many fall under cooperative societies. However, they do not have mandate for & mechanism to monitor the activities of Charitable Organization; even though, they haven’t proper skills & desired capability with the degrees of Sociology or Social Work to monitor behavior of society & the working of NGOs. This creates trouble in data collection; when enquired, the NGOs deny submitting data because they don’t fall under domain of Social Welfare and it paves the ways for black sheeps to misuse the charity funds by getting registration from many departments at the same time.
The social Welfare Department has a proper mechanism and officers to observe the activities of NGOs under the 1961 and 1962 Act of Voluntary Agencies. Many NGO officials have come to know about the wave of tough vigilance and decided against getting their organisations registered under the social welfare department. If they get their NGOs registered by the department, they will have to submit an annual audit report, the annual renewal fee of Rs2,000 and an election report of office bearers after every two years at the office of the department’s Assistant Director at their concerned Taluka. In addition, all activities carried out under the name of the NGO will be closely monitored by the relevant Assistant Director. Such steps prevent the misuse of donations and other related funds.
In light of these concerns, a good step has been taken recently, The Sindh Charities Registration and Regulation Bill, 2019 had been passed by the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on 22nd November, 2019 and assented to by the Governor of Sindh on 02nd December, 2019 is hereby published as an Act of the Legislature of Sindh.
The Government of Sindh has got passed a legislation bill to regulate charity activities in the province. The law will provide a legal basis for action against the organizations involved in criminal or political activities while operating under the veil of charity. Sindh Charities Act 2019 will regulate charity activities including those donating and those receiving donations for charity.
The minister, adviser or special assistant to the chief minister on Social Welfare Department will be the chairperson of the commission and in his absence, it may be any other person nominated by the CM that has cleared that Charities will only be registered under Charities Act. The provincial government will designate one of the Director-Generals ranked at Grade 20 from within the Social Welfare Department as the director-general of the commission. The deputed official will also work as the secretary of the commission – responsible for the administration and implementation of decisions. According to the law, the commission will maintain public trust and confidence in charities. It will register, regulate, and sanction fundraising of the charities.
The law makes it necessary to register the charity organizations, promoters and the fundraising campaigns. The donors would have to inform about their source of income, the draft of the law suggests. Sindh Charity Commission and Charity Registration Authority will also be established under the law. The draft of the bill also suggests depositing all donations above Rs 50,000 in banks. A charity organization, trustees will be liable to imposition of a fine up to one million over violation of the law, the draft proposes. After enactment of the Sindh Charities Act 2019, action will be launched against unregistered non-profit organizations. In the bill, there is a provision for the creation of a commission, titled, ‘Charities, Registration and Regulation Commission’ which will have 12 members, including two MPAs nominated by the Sindh Assembly speaker. The commission will discharge its functions, exercise its powers and conduct its proceedings in the prescribed manner. The charity organizations will be bound to keep a detailed record of their all financial transactions and the charity amount and donations will not be utilized for any business or political objective. All financial and social activities of a charity organization will be monitored and the Sindh Charity Commission could cancel the registration of a charity over violation of the law.
Raza Muhammad Memon
Social Welfare Department, Hyderabad
Coronavirus will not end, This virus is dangerous until vaccine discovered. Virus will remain with us even after treatment. Typhoid, cholera, flu killed millions of people in its time. After cure, coronavirus will be called a common disease like typhoid.
SURVIVE NOW, CRY LATER.
Nations survive in difficulties only when people are
united and ready to support each other.however
unfortunately in Pakistan, we have two classes. A
richest and poorest but rarely we find people in model
class. Approximately 50 percent of the population is
below poverty. Even they can't afford two times meal
a day. So now we are suffering from COVID-19 and we
are not full of resources to maintain our
economy. To overcome COVID-19 we had lockdown in
the whole country but the poor who earn on daily
weges are in difficulty.on the other hand, if we put an
eye on Elite class we get to know that wealth they
have is from corruption by media resources. Many of
Elite class families were not wealthy first but now
they are a billionaire and most of these got into politics
a few years back. gradually they got wealth like bill
gates. Today we get to know from Elite class families
are having NAB cases for the corruption of
billions, money laundering and land acquisition.so I get
frightened that our system has that much flaws or
the whole system I see is my illusion and there
is another system behind us.by which they
are chance for
corruption freely and no one is there to stop them.
Pakistani elite class families are mostly politicians if
we look on there life from beginning till now and try to
figure out which works are done by them that they
are billionaires today. very few in the world know people who are a billionaire in a short
time by talent and
luck. Important thing is rich people in the world
they donate for humanity and participate in
social works and
donate a big amount of there wealth. same thing
happens in Pakistan but by the model class. Elite class
avoid to donate as a fear of getting caught by NAB.
Elite class is very much Stingy in donation only
because of fear to get caught so they can donate
Anonymously and help Pakistan in this difficult time. In
this COVID-19 they can help poor and needy as we are
having lockdown in the country and save the
Transport problem in Karachi
Written by'' VINOD KUMAR
For Karachi, if the quantity of houses before the 2019 to 2020 enumeration is considered, Karachi is the quickest developing city on the planet regarding rate and measurements. At the point when the houses were tallied, the number of inhabitants in Karachi expanded from 11 million (1998 enumeration information) to over 100% to 22 million. Likewise, Karachi represents 10% of Pakistan's populace and 22% of its metropolitan populace. Aside from populace, there are different purposes behind the significance of Karachi. It is the solitary port city in Pakistan. It produces 32% of the nation's mechanical base, 15% of GDP, 25% of government income and 62% of personal duty. It remembers incredible government organizations for the type of Karachi Port Trust (KPT), Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), railroads, customs and military encampment.
These government organizations own territory, create on it (counting private and business land) and utilize enormous quantities of individuals. Aside from the common government (which additionally claims the land), every one of them have a state in the advancement of Karachi. The regional government controls just 31% of Karachi's property. Coordination between the different land-possessing organizations is approx. doesn't exist. Karachi is likewise the capital of Sindh region. It represents 62% of Sindh's metropolitan populace and 30% of its all out populace. These figures are significant in light of the fact that Lahore, the second biggest city in Pakistan, has just 7% of the number of inhabitants in Punjab territory as its capital. The huge scope mechanical area in Karachi utilizes 71.6% of the complete modern labor force in Sindh. The city produces 74.8% of the area's all out modern yield and utilizes 78% of the private area's proper work.
Because of the nonstop relocation from pakistan and they sift at karachi of Pakistan after 2005, Karachi is a multi-ethnic city. It is the capital of Sindh, however as per the 1998 enumeration, just 14% of the populace communicated in nearby dialects in Sindh as their first language, while 48.25% communicated in Urdu. Other language speakers are settlers who came from different part of pakistan .
The main end from the conversation in this article is that the idea of city administration, the innovation utilized for transportation and supportability, lodging, land use, admittance to jobs (particularly for ladies) There is a connection among wellbeing and family. Government assistance from one viewpoint, and standard transportation on the other. To put it plainly, transport should be viewed as a feature of a bigger city plan.
Institutional courses of action for government transport programs for Karachi identify with the public authority structure at the time the program was proposed and executed. As administration structures change every once in a while, transport programs have experienced an absence of progression. Carriers, government authorities and the public all concur that Karachi requires huge transports that can give agreeable methods for voyaging alone. Be that as it may, purchasing and selling these transports is costly and the administration can't be modest without giving sponsorships to the general population.
Government programs have neglected to accomplish their objectives for various reasons. With no appropriation, government programs were running at a misfortune and were invulnerable. Indeed, even where the public authority guaranteed such appropriations, they were not given. There were likewise support issues, for example, the utilization of substitutes for inadequate extra parts which seriously influenced the presentation of the vehicle. The mobs and political viciousness additionally made harm assets and vehicles. The public authority didn't permit the private area to expand its tolls in relation to the increasing expense of fuel so it is reasonable to the individuals. Therefore, the private area, which gives normal and casual subsidizing, was hesitant to put resources into customary methods of transport, for example, minibusses. Subsequently, the quantity of transports has diminished.
Courts have added to the vehicle emergency by requesting all open vehicle vehicles to be changed over to CNG. The request was given without considering the accessibility of CNG or government plans on energy issues. Different governments in Pakistan (after the request was given) didn't challenge the court's choice.
There are likewise institutional issues. There is no contact between the different government divisions identified with transportation in the city. As the meetings show, there are sharp contrasts of assessment. Moreover, there is an elevated level of defilement in the police, which is the reason public vehicle vehicles run without wellness tests and authentications. Unregistered (and such illicit) public vehicle vehicles handle the streets and all spots
The market response to the contracting of business sectors has been exceptionally present day.
The Its plan cost viability; The manner in which it works with informally made terminals, stands, courses, time security. What's more, the consistent changes in its work and configuration (in light of the changing setting in the city), is a recognition for its comprehension of business and transport area legislative issues. The development of cruisers and their quickly developing number is likewise a response of the market which has carried tremendous alleviation to the individuals of Karachi.
In any case, the two strategies are viewed as risky and clogged because of helpless traffic the board in the city.
The effect of the vehicle emergency on individuals' lives is enormous. Extended periods of time of going in poor natural conditions can prompt physical and psychological well-being issues. This influences family and public activity and limits individuals' decision of vocation (particularly for ladies) as they need to work in zones where they can undoubtedly get to the current vehicle framework. Progressively, transportation accessibility and quality are likewise figuring out where they might want to live. The bazaar has reacted to this issue in ghettos near the city or its fundamental work regions.
The principle issue in managing the vehicle emergency in Karachi is administration. It has been seen that a chosen nearby government (2001-2007) was more productive in getting to assets from the administrative and common governments for improvement purposes than the past regulatory framework which has now been once again introduced. Similar to the custom somewhere in the range of 2001 and 2007, the explanation is that it has a relationship with the capital city of Sindh where the city is dominatingly Urdu-talking and the territory all in all is karachi Sindh A framework is required that engages the city and simultaneously secures the interests of Sindhi govt in getting to and controlling Karachi's immense resources. Such plans will help the area bargain all the more viably with the central government in Islamabad.
1. The current hypothesis for the city on which the arrangement is based is that Karachi will be "a-list city". It is proposed to change this view and make Karachi a "passerby and explorer well disposed city". This will help advance the interests of the larger part (who utilize public vehicle) in Karachi.
2. Transport advancement should improve the function of CDG in plan, usage and the executives. A few types of a chosen framework should be once again introduced that address the issues of the city and simultaneously fulfill both the PPP and the MQM. This will offer proprietorship to the city's vehicle area and give the CDGK more powers to haggle at the government level.
As of now, there is an absence of coordination between the different traffic and transport organizations because of which a portion of their projects are incapable and along these lines court orders can't be executed adequately. An elevated level association that unites these offices should be framed alongside police change, which is regularly proposed, now and then arranged however here and there not executed.
city. The city's specially appointed thickness brings about blockage and ecological corruption, making it hard to build up an effective and agreeable vehicle framework. It is proposed to restore and fortify the Master Plan Group of Offices (MPGOs) so a thickness plan can be formed that considers transportation (in addition to other things). To make quite an activity conceivable, the Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA) would need to be subjected to the MPGO.
The. The JICA plan should be additionally actualized as recommended. Nonetheless, the accompanying viewpoints should be remembered:
The public authority should give the necessary endowment to close the hole among income and genuine consumption. These sponsorships could be balanced by a little vehicle charge on oil based goods, an expansion in street charge on private vehicles more than 1300 cc, and a sliding vehicle protection overcharge.
The grounds at the crossing points of the CR and the city's significant supply routes should be created as low-pay lodging. This will help decrease travel time and costs and simultaneously make the CR and proposed BRT all the more financially practical. Likewise, it can sponsor KCR's turn of events and activity and support costs.
The reclamation cycle ought to guarantee that errors made in the past are not rehashed. It should be ensured that spending plans are accessible for support and that the nature of extra parts utilized for vehicle upkeep can't be undermined.
Usman Ali Abbasi
In Pakistan rape culture isn't only systemic it's reinforced at every level “Why was she out on the Motorway so late without a brother or husband? Why didn’t she check her gas tank before leaving the house? And if she had to travel why didn’t she take the more public GT Road route?” touted Lahore Capital Chief policeman (CCPO) Umar Sheikh in response to the gang rape of a woman near the outskirts of Lahore. The case has sparked national outrage and thus the condemnation of the CCPO’s remarks was swift. CCPO Umar Sheikh has since apologized for those remarks but like most apologies issued under duress, his sounds hollow. Such public acts of contrition follow a pattern — one apologizes that their comments or their intentions were ‘misunderstood’ which they're sorry that ‘people were upset’ by their remarks and not for the remarks themselves. The onus is on the overall public for having 'misread' the intentions of the speaker rather than the latter acknowledging that what they said was plain wrong. Sheikh’s earlier remarks about how the ‘French national’ had clearly miscalculated the extent of safety she could reasonably expect publicly, are a classic case of victim blaming that has been standardized in our culture despite parallel assertions that a Muslim society, like Pakistan’s, respects women by default.At some point or another, most Pakistani women have found themselves on the receiving end of the inherent ethic stemming from such convoluted logic; where our safety is entirely in our own hands but somehow simultaneously within the hands of every man in our family; where we must confirm that our bodies are covered and kept indoors after dark (because men apparently only become predators after sundown) but if we get harassed during the day then that's just an hazard of being a woman in our culture. After all, we wouldn’t get harassed if we never stepped out of the house, would we? because it seems, we would. many people experience our first brush with unwanted male attention, within the so-called ‘char diwari’ of the house. If we are groped during a public place, we shouldn’t are during a crowd to start out with but if we are harassed within the private offices of our boss at work, then we should always always never are alone during an area with an individual. we should always always spend our entire lives trying to look thin and attractive so we'll garner ‘decent’ marriage proposals but being thin, attractive and single also somehow means we are ‘asking for it’. Driving alone is inviting harassment but driving with men is another chance for cops to blackmail and harass us for being with men. once we are harassed, raped, abused, cheated on, abandoned, beaten or bullied, it should be our fault. Because the question that's asked in each of those instances is: what we did to deserve such treatment? for a couple of reason, the thought that no-one deserves such treatment isn't on the table.This is why rape culture in Pakistan is systemic. it's reinforced at every level; from blaming women for ‘getting themselves raped’ to never really expecting men to not rape women. the thought that men simply cannot be expected to manage their baser impulses within the presence of women has been normalized. The premise that ‘getting raped’ could also be a woman’s fault for driving alone, on the wrong road, at the wrong time, within the incorrect place, without an appropriate escort etc. is just differently of claiming that the lads who assaulted her couldn’t have helped themselves. for a couple of absurd reason, most men are comfortable with the thought that every one men are inherently rapists, but some decent ones prefer to not rape women. The underlying notion here is that decent men don’t assault women, heckle them, ogle them, grope them or stalk them but they still want to; that this is often often somehow encoded in their DNA. ‘Boys are getting to be boys’, if you'll. More men got to find this premise disgusting and offensive, pushing them to face with women to actively counter it. But few do. this is often often why it's easier for several men to silently accept that violence is intrinsic to their nature because this places the onus for abuse of all kinds and degrees on the women experiencing it rather than the lads who perpetuate it. It forms the thought for why men have charged themselves with protecting ‘some’ women, those they have ‘some’ claim over. Male protection is reserved for mothers, daughter, sisters and wives. This provides a convenient alternative to insisting that every one women deserve protection regardless of their proximity or relationship to an individual. This patriarchal prerequisite allows all men to knowingly or unwittingly enjoy a culture where they have ascribed themselves because the protectors of women, without ever eager to question who they're protecting us from. Other men?It goes without saying that not all men are the enemies of women. There are many wonderful, supportive and nurturing men in Pakistan. However, these men are equal beneficiaries of a patriarchal established order that provides them privileges at the expense of women. So yes, even the decent men, the sort and supportive allies of women, inherently enjoy a system where they have control over setting every impossible standard that girls got to abide by or face violence as a consequence of not doing so.It is the normalization of this violence that ensures that we, as a society, will do anything to avoid blaming rape solely on a rapist. Our culture commodifies female bodies to the extent that romanticizing covering bodies or hiding them away is somehow accepted as an antidote to abuse. Yet, nobody is immune to sexual abuse in Pakistan — women in burqas are raped whilst those wearing jeans are raped. Infants and toddlers are raped, as are grandmothers. Young men and boys are raped. Tran’s men and ladies are raped. Animals are raped. Dead bodies are dug out of graves and raped. there is no ‘rape-proof’ clothing, time, place or state of existence in Pakistan and each one among this violence stems from a neighborhood of power that provides cover to people who perpetuate violence rather than people who suffer from it. At any given time, someone has the power to harm somebody else and acquire away with it then they're doing and it's this very problem that has got to be addressed by enforcement agencies and thus the courts when it involves prosecuting rape.Technically, rape could also be a criminal offense in Pakistan, one that carries a 25-year prison sentence and in some cases extends to the execution. However, ask any woman who has been through the system and she or he or he will tell you ways poorly it's handled by the authorities, which work more towards punishing rape victims than the criminals, the rapists. apart from the trauma of sexual assault, rape survivors got to affect immense societal backlash that always begins with their immediate families and extends to their communities. They routinely face harassment once they plan to report rape, which is why most prefer to not. Further, the conviction rate for rapists in Pakistan is barely two per cent, and this only pertains to cases that are reported, which are a fraction of those that occur. Here, the actual fact remains that something isn't seen as a criminal offense until it's treated as a criminal offense which may only happen when it's routinely punished. Prescribing legal remedies for a criminal act isn't any guarantee that those measures are getting to be enforced.Pakistan already has penalties for rape, whilst it's penalties for racketeering, land encroachment and corruption but that hasn’t stopped those crimes from being normalized across the country. Much of the talk within the past few days since Prime Minister Imran Khan’s comments about prescribing chemical castration as a deterrent for rape has shifted the most target from punishing rapists across the board to how rapists got to be punished. This distinction is critical because the previous involves structural and systemic changes, whereas the latter seeks to affect public rage. Rage could also be a strong motivator and it often demands a symbolic act of retribution. at this, the craze of the various women, myself included, would adore for an example to be made up of the rapists during this case but which can not make filing a rape complaint easier for subsequent woman who is assaulted; it'll not confirm that the police will take her complaint seriously or that they are getting to catch and punish her abusers. Rage is fleeting and it simply cannot be sustained long enough to enact permanent changes. It only allows for society to momentarily confederate to punish ‘certain bad
Gender Equality in Pakistan
The investigation depicted sexual orientation separation as an "capricious security" danger to the nation. It contends that ladies make up the greater part of the populace and that ladies
' wellbeing is connected to state security.
This is on the grounds that a nation can't be protected except if its whole populace has a sense of security. For a nation to create and thrive, Pakistan needs to engage its ladies.
Nature has adjusted everything on the planet for its excellence, and it has built up an element that keeps up equilibrium in all things. These attributes of congruity change in the extents that help being with them. In this specific circumstance, people think about one another as corresponding supplements
, however the genuine clash in keeping up this rationale is the term sexual orientation segregation
The term bias alludes to inconsistent treatment that can improve or restrict the circumstance. This is typically negative since bunches are abused on biased grounds. Separation is the "dismissal“
of another, which incorporates sex, race, sex, age (kids, youths, the older), social and conjugal status, class and standing, political and institutional segregation (governments, help). Organization, spenders).
Evacuee or outcast status,
religion, handicap, inability (incapacity, ailment, HIV status),
and so on While sexual orientation separation alludes to various practices identified with sex, including various implications of qualities that change with social setting. This is the most widely recognized and long-standing
qualification, and it starts with the subsequent differentiation. Sexual orientation segregation depends on customary generalizations of conventional culture, which consider men truly solid and ladies mentally touchy or unreliable. As a result of this term, sexual orientation is regularly connected with sex.
The two terms are utilized conversely, yet there are logical contrasts between the two. There is a hereditary qualification between genders. Group them as people, this distinction of people is the equivalent in all societies of the world, while 3 sexes are their social guide that characterizes them as "men“
and "ladies". This differentiation affirms crafted by survivors of segregation
The obligation of people in assorted culture is divergent and accordingly the duty of sexual
orientation is alterable as per the current cultural arrangement
Sex segregation characterizes the act of conceding or denying rights or advantages to a person(s) in view of their sexual orientation.
In certain social orders, this training is antiquated and( acceptable to the two sexes)
Scarcely any strict gatherings hold sexual orientation segregation as a component of their doctrine. Nonetheless, in most created nations, it is either unlawful or by and large thought to be unsatisfactory. The sex separation approach can commonly be found in the heredity of certain segment of society. A significant part of the bias is perceived to stories, for example, a lady being produced using a man rib and social network practices, for example, settlements paid to fathers by imminent spouses to buy their little girls to be wives. Endless writing direction is made to females being the more attractive, more vulnerable sex, and guys being the solid, unconquerable trackers of the world. The aggregate authority of these cultural and strict qualities pretty much ruled out fair-minded musings for quite a long time.
Sex imbalances have existed structure quite a while, however as of now, it has incredibly
undermined the security of the state.
Ordinary types of viciousness that happen inside our homes remember sex segregation for intra-family unit food dispersion
lack of admittance to instruction and health early and constrained marriages
denial of legacy right
physical and sexual savagery against Sex Separation
women by male family members‟ etc. Mistreatment and violence also take place in the name of culture; such as local customs of Watta-Satta, Swara, Vani, and Karo-Kari etc have also become widespread and acceptable.
The study is divided in five sections. The first section is about the gender discrimination in Pakistan.
The second and third section elaborates respectively gender discrimination in education and employment sector. The fourth section discusses gender and human security whereas the final section elaborates women empowerment during military and democratic regimes
. Sexual orientation Separation In Pakistan
This part examines the sex segregation in Pakistan. It particularly features aggressive behavior at home, honor killings, Swara and Vani, corrosive tossing and constrained relationships. Pakistan is a non-industrial nation which is gone up against with a various issues; like destitution, lack of education, bias, joblessness and common liberties viciousness and sexual orientation bullheadedness. Notwithstanding, the most basic and arising issue are sex imbalance and dissimilarity in Pakistan.
It endures around in all section of society.
Ladies in Pakistan comprise the greater part of the all out populace, however they are consigned to an auxiliary job. Worldwide encounters have over and over set up that sexual orientation based savagery is constant across in Pakistan, and has its underlying foundations in a male centric social structure where ladies are accommodating to men, and are seen as property. Their actual difficulty and their commitment to creation are not recognized
Or maybe the real factors of women;s lives are disregarded or overlooked by the society mentalities and treatment towards them. The biased mentality towards ladies as mediocre is noticed even before their introduction to the world. Indeed, even a mother welcomes a young lady kid with blame or misery. Personally, a lady is denied her own character. A lady experiences a disregard wellbeing, schooling and sexual orientation one-sided taking care
She is viewed as an item controlled by her dad before marriage, at that point by her better half after marriage. She has no option to take autonomous choices that impact her life enormously. Another person takes choices for her sake with respect to instruction, marriage, or bringing forth a kid, not without anyone else. It shows the structure that is imitating and advancing an inconsistent connection between the two sexual orientations.
The sexual orientation oppressive structure has profound roots. Ladies are regularly persuaded that the work they do at home is their obligation and that they don't require and ought not anticipate any award for it. While, the work is finished by men is viewed as more important in the feeling of social and monetary worth. Also, ladies don't partake in dynamic. To break this structure there is desperate need to engage the ladies. In Pakistan the status of ladies is greatly improved in the metropolitan zones when contrasted with the country territories.
. Sex Segregation in Training Area
This segment talks about that there is sexual orientation imbalance in instruction area additionally in Pakistan. Sex differences additionally exist in instructive accomplishment among provincial and metropolitan regions among the areas in Pakistan. As above depicted that Pakistan is a male centric culture, where ladies endure a wide range of bias, resultant in low social, financial and political status in the general public. Joined Country Advancement (UNDP) 1999 Report plainly shows that the sexual orientation hole is filling in all social section of Pakistan. Pakistan positions 120 of every 146 nations regarding sexual orientation related advancement list, and as far as sex strengthening estimation positioning, it positions 92 out of 94 nations. Sexual orientation disparity in training can be estimated by looking the gross and net enlistment rates and fulfillment and drop rates. Social limits deter guardians from sending their girls to co-instruction schools
There have been conditions when the young ladies are enrolled in boys‟ foundations up to Matric level, speaking to those organizations of young ladies missing the mark. Moreover, poor actual climate or absence of key administrations in instructive foundations likewise deters guardians from sending their young ladies to schools for training
Public Instructive Strategy of Pakistan 2007 shows that the instructive status of ladies in Pakistan is dreadful and low, indeed, among the most reduced on the planet. The issue begins at the essential level, where low interest of ladies and high dropouts at that stage keeps females from arriving at advanced education
The Service of Ladies Improvement 2007 report shows that lone 19% of females have accomplished training up to Matric, 8% up to Moderate, 5% a Bachelor‟s certificate and 1.4% accomplished a Master‟s certificate. 60% of the female grown-up populace is uneducated. Of the 3.3 million out of younger students, 2.503 million are young ladies. 73.6% of essential age young ladies go to class, contrasted and 92.1% of young men. Besides, lion's share of rustic young ladies exit elementary schools.
In provincial territories, there are restricted open doors for ladies while ladies have a place with the upper and working classes have more noteworthy admittance to training and business openings.
Taught and expert ladies in metropolitan territories of the general public appreciate much preferred status and rights over unfit and ignorant ladies in provincial and far off regions of Pakistan. Ladies in ancestral regions of Balochistan, KPK and far off regions of southern Punjab and Inside Sindh live in more horrendous social conditions than ladies in different pieces of the nation
. In metropolitan regions young ladies effectively join the expert and specialized instruction. Yet, in the wake of getting specialized and proficient capability they are not allowed to utilize their ability for the advancement of nation economy; that‟s why we don‟t find the same number of females in workplaces as contrast with guys. This is the fundamental downside as it drives a country towards monetary disservice, as the half populaces of females don't partake in financial exercises. Generally young ladies become specialists, however they don't rehearse because of social issues. Sex Separation: Suggestions for Pakistan Security