Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan throughout his deal with on the seventeenth extraordinary session of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) stated that human rights and girls’s rights are totally different.
“We should perceive that once we speak about human rights, each society is totally different, each society’s concept of human rights and regular rights is totally different,” stated PM Khan.
“The Pakhtunkhawan province, which borders Afghanistan as a result of the tradition is comparable as a result of there the Taliban are predominantly the Pashtun motion and there are extra Pashtuns on our aspect of the border,” stated the premier, including, “The town tradition is totally totally different from the agricultural tradition.”
“Tradition in Kabul was all the time totally different to tradition in rural areas. Similar to in Peshawar it’s utterly totally different from the tradition to the district adjoining the Afghanistan border,” stated the prime minister.
“I provides you with an instance. We give stipends to the lady’s baby mother and father to place the ladies in class however in tribal districts or districts adjoining Afghanistan, if we’re not delicate to the cultural norms of these folks, even with stipends they won’t ship the ladies to high school,” stated the premier.
“But when we’re delicate to their cultural norms, with out stipends they’re prepared to ship their ladies to high school,” stated PM Khan including, “So this sensitivity I’m afraid once we are speaking about human rights and girls’s rights we now have to be delicate about this.”
PM Khan’s phrases acquired some criticism on-line.