Infostani Sources- Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq denounced the Israeli forces’ brutal actions in Gaza, particularly targeting children, labeling it a “children’s holocaust.” He asserted that the professional army should refrain from competing with itself, emphasizing their commitment to avoiding harm to innocent civilians, children, and women He declared the massacre of innocent children and women in Gaza as a blatant violation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, human rights, and women’s rights, stressing the need to halt this massacre in Gaza.
Speaking at the launch of the Zara Alert mobile app for the recovery of missing children on the occasion of International Children’s Day, he expressed that the plight of the children in Gaza. Where Israeli forces have launched explosives, weighs heavily on his mind. They endure brutality, face the loss of body parts, and suffer massacres. It’s disturbing to note that, on the International Children’s Day, the very followers of Hazrat Musa, who tragically lost children before his birth due to Pharaoh’s orders, are ironically replicating the Pharaoh’s actions. The ongoing carnage in Gaza, met with indifference, poses a significant challenge today.
Urgent Call for International Action and Government Commitment to Child Welfare
He stressed the vital role of the United Nations and the international community in addressing this situation. Asserting that immediate attention is necessary. The ongoing massacre of children and women in Gaza should not go unnoticed; the majority of people worldwide are expressing condemnation for Israel’s barbaric actions. Virtually no one among the 8 billion global inhabitants is defending this brutality. With individuals of all ages—children, the elderly, and women—united in condemnation. We, representing OIC and other platforms, are urging world powers, including the United States. To actively engage and ensure an immediate ceasefire along with the establishment of a humanitarian corridor.
Everyone, including children, old people, and women, faces targeting, which can be termed as genocide. We must raise our voices and actively contribute to ending this brutality. Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Ka Kattar emphatically restated the government’s commitment to safeguarding the rights and welfare of children. He emphasized that every segment of our society has a duty to actively participate in this noble mission. The government acknowledges its responsibilities in protecting the rights of every child in the nation, recognizing that children constitute our future.
Caretaker Prime Minister Applauds Child Protection App Launch and Celebrates Reunion
Congratulating the Ministry of Human Rights and the Zainab Alert Response and Recovery Agency (ZARA) on launching the mobile app. He expressed satisfaction that this initiative will play a crucial role in safeguarding the rights of children in Pakistan, especially those who go missing. With prompt complaints, our law enforcement agencies will have the ability to recover them swiftly. Every child deserves access to quality education and health facilities. Empowering them to develop their full potential and contribute to national development.
Anwar ul Haq expressed our commitment to ensuring comprehensive development, education, health care, participation, dignity, and security for children in a tweet. He emphasized that children are the most valuable asset of any nation and the sole guarantee of its future prosperity. Additionally, the Caretaker Prime Minister had a reunion with Miss Ezra Naheed. A school teacher who was once his fellow student in Quetta, after three decades. The Caretaker Prime Minister shared a video on social media documenting the encounter. Following his meeting with special children. The Prime Minister praised their impressive ability to demonstrate spirit and resilience in overcoming challenges.
Caretaker Prime Minister’s Diplomatic Engagements and Climate Change Initiatives
His intelligence, tenacity, and commitment to making a positive impact on the social sector left me amazed. The Caretaker Prime Minister had a meeting with UAE Ambassador Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Salem Al Zabi. During the meeting, Anwar-ul-Haq urged Islamic countries to unite and to press the international community to halt the violent and barbaric killing of innocent civilians in Gaza by the Israeli occupying forces. The Emirati ambassador in Abu Dhabi then officially invited the Prime Minister to attend the upcoming meeting on the 28th. The Prime Minister, in turn, affirmed Pakistan’s active participation in the meeting and stressed the importance of focusing on enhancing bilateral cooperation in energy, trade, and investment.
While presiding over the second session of the Climate Change Council. The Caretaker Prime Minister has given approval for the formation of a committee. This committee will consist of experts from the Climate Change Council and will be tasked with formulating a comprehensive policy framework for creating carbon credits and establishing trade in the country. The Prime Minister stated that climate change is a national security issue for developing countries like Pakistan. Emphasized the need to develop short, medium—, and long-term frameworks to address the adverse effects of climate change. Pakistan will actively present its position in full during COP 28. Advocating for the cases of countries affected by climate change before the UN.
The caretaker prime minister and the Saudi ambassador held a meeting where they discussed various issues. Including the situation in Gaza. Anwar, in the discussion, reaffirmed Pakistan’s complete support for diplomatic efforts aimed at putting an end to Israeli atrocities against innocent Palestinians.
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