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Pakistan introduces innovative course on animal rights

The Pakistani government has introduced an animal rights curriculum for primary schools in an effort to uphold animal rights in the nation.

Children from different schools and Pakistan’s Minister of Education Rana Tanvir initiated the curriculum, which will be used in both public and private schools.

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Salman Sufi, head prime minister of Pakistan strategic reforms took to Twitter to appreciate the program and said Education leads to the upbringing of compassionate citizens of the future.

In his earlier tweet, he said, “Proud to announce the official launch of Pakistan’s 1st Animal Rights Curriculum on the direction of PM Shehbaz.”

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He also added that our children will shape a more tolerant and inclusive Pakistan.

Sufi had stated in September that the curriculum would initially be introduced in schools throughout the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT).

He also said that the federal government intended to work with regional governments to add courses to their curricula later.

He claimed that the introduction of the course was a step in the right direction for the animal welfare reforms that PM Sharif had been promoting through the unit.

An animal welfare law would soon be introduced in parliament, according to the PM’s aide who also worked on it with Climate Minister Sherry Rehman.


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