Panel for anti-rape law to devise implementation mechanism soon

Civil society organizations Awaz Foundation Pakistan and Ujala Partners appreciate government for launching the Ordinance 2020 ; demand appropriate anti-rape laws at all levels

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Special Committee for Implementation of Anti-Rape (Investigation and Trial) Ordinance, 2021 is likely to devise mechanism soon in order to curb growing incidents of sexual assault in the country.

The Ministry of Law and Justice has constituted a 42-member special committee for the implementation of the Ordinance, 2021, headed by Parliamentary Secretary for Law and Justice Barrister Maleeka Bokhari.

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In the upcoming meeting of the committee, which is expected during the current week, the special committee will discuss and prepare recommendations for the PM’s approval regarding investigation and prosecution of scheduled offences including the collection and gathering of evidence.

Talking to TLTP on Sunday, Islamabad Child Protection Advisory Board member, Advocate Sharafat A Chaudhry, who is also one of the members of the Special Committee notified under the Anti-Rape Ordinance, expressed “in case an official does not comply with directions, the special committee is empowered to refer the matter to the appropriate authority for taking disciplinary action against the person who disregards the directions.”

Parliamentary Secretary for Law and Justice Barrister Maleeka Bokhari, chairperson of special committee on anti-rape ordinance

He said that for the full implementation of the Anti-Rape Ordinance 2021, the Prime Minister may issue Rules. “Under Section 19 of the Ordinance, the Prime Minister may prescribe rules, upon the recommendations of the Special Committee, for the purposes of carrying out the purposes of this Ordinance.” So, the Committee will sooner draft rules for the Consideration of the Prime Minister.

He informed that the committee is competent to prepare a draft in relation to rehabilitation of the victim, offender, suspect or a member of the society pertaining to gender and children sensitization and training of all relevant stakeholders, including Judges, police-officers, prosecutors, medico-legal officers and staff and other duty officers or personnel, both at the time of induction.

The writer heads a leading news wire service ‘The Law Today Pakistan’ commonly known as TLTP. He has a special focus on news relating to superior courts adjudication, access to right of information, civil, political, social and economic rights under the approach that existing cyber regime realization ensures procedural fairness in administrative law. He can be reached at editor@tltpnews.com

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Panel for anti-rape law to devise implementation mechanism soon

Civil society organizations Awaz Foundation Pakistan and Ujala Partners appreciate government for launching the Ordinance 2020 ; demand appropriate anti-rape laws at all levels

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Special Committee for Implementation of Anti-Rape (Investigation and Trial) Ordinance, 2021 is likely to devise mechanism soon in order to curb growing incidents of sexual assault in the country.

The Ministry of Law and Justice has constituted a 42-member special committee for the implementation of the Ordinance, 2021, headed by Parliamentary Secretary for Law and Justice Barrister Maleeka Bokhari.

READ ALSO

In the upcoming meeting of the committee, which is expected during the current week, the special committee will discuss and prepare recommendations for the PM’s approval regarding investigation and prosecution of scheduled offences including the collection and gathering of evidence.

Talking to TLTP on Sunday, Islamabad Child Protection Advisory Board member, Advocate Sharafat A Chaudhry, who is also one of the members of the Special Committee notified under the Anti-Rape Ordinance, expressed “in case an official does not comply with directions, the special committee is empowered to refer the matter to the appropriate authority for taking disciplinary action against the person who disregards the directions.”

Parliamentary Secretary for Law and Justice Barrister Maleeka Bokhari, chairperson of special committee on anti-rape ordinance

He said that for the full implementation of the Anti-Rape Ordinance 2021, the Prime Minister may issue Rules. “Under Section 19 of the Ordinance, the Prime Minister may prescribe rules, upon the recommendations of the Special Committee, for the purposes of carrying out the purposes of this Ordinance.” So, the Committee will sooner draft rules for the Consideration of the Prime Minister.

He informed that the committee is competent to prepare a draft in relation to rehabilitation of the victim, offender, suspect or a member of the society pertaining to gender and children sensitization and training of all relevant stakeholders, including Judges, police-officers, prosecutors, medico-legal officers and staff and other duty officers or personnel, both at the time of induction.

The writer heads a leading news wire service ‘The Law Today Pakistan’ commonly known as TLTP. He has a special focus on news relating to superior courts adjudication, access to right of information, civil, political, social and economic rights under the approach that existing cyber regime realization ensures procedural fairness in administrative law. He can be reached at editor@tltpnews.com

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