PM Imran Khan Approves ‘Chemical Castration’ of Rapists: Well Done Captain

 PM Imran Khan Approves ‘Chemical Castration’ of Rapists: Well Done Captain

Rape cases are like clockwork on the international and national spectrum. But the prime minister of Pakistan pressed the buzzer against rape cases, adultery, assault, and child abuse by approving the iron-fisted punishment against the rapist. PM Imran Khan Approves ‘Chemical Castration’ of Rapists: Well Done Captain.

In the wake of controlling increasing rape incidents, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday approved, in principle, a law on chemical castration of rapists.

PM Imran Khan Approves ‘Chemical Castration’ of Rapists

The law ministry presented a bare bone of the anti-rape ordinance. Which proposes a killing-pace trial in rape cases, effective involvement of women in matters about gender-based violence, maintaining a database of serial rapists, and witness protection. That would be a monumental law for the biggest but unsafe strata of the population of Pakistan.

During the meeting, the premier intoned about the tectonic law!

“No delay would be tolerated in legislation regarding this serious matter. The government is ready to prepare a castration law for rapists.”

PM gave voice about the legislation

“The legislation would be clear and transparent with strict enforcement. The rape survivors would be able to register complaints without fear, adding that the government would protect their identity. We need to ensure a safe environment for our citizens.”

“Some federal ministers also recommended public hanging for the rape convicts. However, the law would be a start. The federal cabinet has, in principle, approved strict severe punishment for rape convicts.”

Govt to implement the law soon

Taking to Twitter, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Senator Faisal Javed Khan said the law would soon be presented before the Parliament.

“Strict punishments against inhumane beasts abusing children and women, special policing, fast track cases, protection of witnesses and victims, a data bank of rapists, quick and expeditious investigations and other points have been drafted. Will soon be implemented after approval by Parliament.”

This February, the legislators introduced legislation for the public hanging of those convicted of sexual abuse and the murder of children. However, back then, the law failed to pass.

We hold in high regard the government’s rock-ribbed stance against one of the nefarious crimes against women and children in Pakistan.

Well Done Captain!

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