Marriyum proposes change in syllabus to prevent abuse after Kasur Incident

ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting, National History and Literary Heritage Marriyum Aurangzeb said that subjects concerning such social issues, similar to kid manhandle, should must be made part of the educational program from Class-I to Class-X, as these indecencies must be handled through such advances.

Taking an interest in a level headed discussion on the Kasur occurrence in the National Assembly on Friday, she said such episodes can’t be averted with passing resolutions as it were.

The data serve said that all the major political parties had their administrations in individual territories however none of them had made this subject [child abuse] part of the educational module of the schools.

She emphasized that a determination in such manner must incorporate the requirement for change in the syllabus in the conventional and non-customary instruction framework. She said that separated from an adjustment in the training framework, the legitimate framework ought to likewise be audited.

Marriyum Aurangzeb said that it was “none of their [government] concern if such occurrences occurred in different countries, however their goal was that such incidents should not occur in Pakistan. She said that religious researchers (Ulema) could assume an exceptionally viable part in such manner and they should chat regarding this matter in their sermons in the mosques.