ISLAMABAD: Jamshaid Dasti, a member of the National Assembly, said that the parliament has been subdued by the American non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and their Jewish agenda as the joint session of the parliament passed anti-rape and anti-honour killing bills.
“Indian forces are standing on the border, hundreds of our soldiers are injured and many have embraced martyrdom. There was no point of bringing up this bill today. We had to send a message to our enemy, but this bill (anti-rape bill) has overshadowed it,” he said while speaking during the session.
He also lamented that “today even 5th graders are aware of sex education”.
Under the new law relatives of the victim would only be able to pardon the killer if he is sentenced to capital punishment. However, the culprit would still face a mandatory life sentence of twelve-and-a-half years.Some stories need no comment.
(h/t Phyllis Chesler)