While Pakistan has a lot of avenues to work on, the country has all the reasons to be proud of the concrete steps it took in terms of transgender rights. Shamus Khan and Joss Greene, authors on CNN News, in their combined collaborated article titled ‘What Pakistan gets right and the US gets wrong on trans rights lauded the efforts as well.
They write that while the West has been a self-proclaimed champion of human rights, it should be looking towards developing countries like Pakistan when it comes to transgender rights.
The Trump administration proposes further attacking these Americans by erasing their identities and thereby excluding them from federal protections. Americans must fight back. To do so, we might look East, to places like Pakistan, for guidance on how to protect our fellow Americans’ right to exist. – it read.
— Bisma Kaleem Imam (@bismakaleem) April 1, 2019
More power to #SindhPolice . I feel honor to have such rationals across #Sindh .
A dream is near to becoming fact. Shahed Rani Benazir Bhutto always wanted to empower the every species present in #Pakistan, Keeping their Sex, Religion, caste aside.@BBhuttoZardari @BakhtawarBZ https://t.co/mZUfz5thzv
— Khalik kohistani (@KhalikKohistani) April 2, 2019
— Inflics (@InflicsNews) April 1, 2019
In police dept where the male PC, SHO can't do their job properly all because of hurdles in their duties how the trans will be able to do their job? Sir first we have to make some decisions policies to depoliticize police dept. Hope that my Sindh gov will help. #PPP #SINDHPOLICE https://t.co/6tdfXgtS4J
— Kondhar Ali Bhutto (@Kondhar_bhutto) April 1, 2019
— Usama Bin Masood (@umemirates) April 1, 2019
BEST NEWS OF THE DAY: #IGSindh announces to enroll transgenders in #SindhPolice. The newly enrolled police officials will be working in different departments of Police.#SindhGovt #Police #Transgenders#Equality #Pakistan pic.twitter.com/BrwWPvpDFi
— Hafsa Benazir Jillani (@HafsaJillani) April 1, 2019
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