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Depilex smileagain participates in talk session at Business Plus TV Channel

In order to discuss the Implementation of Laws related to women’s rights, Business Plus TV channel arranged a talk session. The participants included Masarrat Misbah, President DSF, Hina Hafeezullah Ishaq, Advocate High Court, and 15 students (boys and girls) from the Punjab University. From the Law Expert, the students learnt with interest various laws protecting women’s rights. Masarrat Misbah, raised points on lack of implementation of the laws.

In the question/ answer session the participants agreed that due to poor implementation of the existing laws women are all the time at risk and their rights are jeopardized. There was a need to train the law enforcing personnel so that they are fully aware of their obligations.

Updation Date: 2013-02-25 05:24:39
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