No honour in 'honour killings': PM Nawaz
PM Nawaz said this while addressing a function in connection with the screening of Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy's documentary "A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness" at the Prime Minister Office in on Monday.
He said men and women enjoy equal rights in Islam and the government has laid special focus on the protection of women rights and empowering them in the Vision 2015.
The prime minister said civil society, religious scholars, and media condemned crimes against women in the name of honour.
He said that killing in the name of honour is wrong and relevant legislation will be done to check inhumane practice.
Addressing the event, Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy said, "speaking the truth is difficult in Pakistan but the courage given by my father enabled me to take the initiative.” Sharmeen said that her father stood with her towards her ambition and she was happy that the film was being screened in Pakistan.
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