Constitution and Female Advocates in Lahore Pakistan

Constitution and Female Advocates in Lahore Pakistan:

It must, however, be clearly provided that in the right of Article 25(3), this Article will not be applicable to institutions especially sell up for women and girls Article 25 of the Constitution states) All citizens and female advocates in Lahore Pakistan are equal before law and are entitled to equal protection of law 2) There shall be no discrimination on the basis of sex alone. 3) Nothing in this Article shall prevent the State from making any special provision for the protection of women and children.nis provision of the Constitution is perhaps the most important as regards discrimination of Women. In its true spirit, it caters to all the principles of equality. It further allows the State to make whatever provisions may be necessary for the protection of women and female advocates in Lahore Pakistan However; the potential for misuse may be noted even in this provision.

Protective Legislation For Women:

Protective legislation can often result in being discriminatory to women and female advocates in Lahore Pakistan, as has particularly been discussed under the chapter on labor laws. At times an initiative is taken as an affirmative action but its effect could be discriminatory. For example in certain areas quotas may be fixed for females to promote gender equality, but if more of the women begin to qualify for the quota on merit, that quota system will become a restraint rather than a facility. Secondly, in the clause "There shall be no discrimination on the basis of sex alone, the word alone is unnecessary. It suggests that sex, if coupled with some other factor may provide Justification for discrimination. It may also be noted that in the cultural and social context of Pakistan the word "protection" in clause (3) has the potential for a rigid and conservative interpretation which may even be considered to justify barricading of women.

Bar Against Discrimination Between Citizens:

Recommendations: From the bar against discrimination between citizens on the basis of 'sex alone in Article 25, the word 'alone ' should he omitled2. Article 25(3) be amended to remove the word protection' in the context of woman and replaced with words which commute that special affirmative provisions be made to enhance women 's status and rights towards the promotion of gender equality Article 26 of the Constitution provides that1) In respect of access to places of public entertainment or resort, not intended for religious purposes only, there shall be no discrimination against any citizen on the ground only of race, religion, caste, sex, residence or place of birth2) Nothing in clause (1) shall prevent the State from making any special provision for women, female advocates in Lahore Pakistan and children. Article 26(1) places restrictions on women to worship freely in places made for religious purposes. Women must enjoy the right of access to religious places like the mosques, churches and temples.

Special Facilities for Females in Mosque:

Special facilities within the mosque should be made so that women could pray in a congregation with other females. This provision of non-discrimination in the right of access to places of public entertainment, resorts, etc. is qualified of the word "only". While none of the listed factors race, sex, religion, caste, residence or place of birth may be used as a basis for barring the right guaranteed in this Article, a combination of more than one of such factors may according to one interpretation, allow for such a bar to be made Furthermore, clause (2) allows the State to make "special provisions" for women. "special provisions" has the potential of negative application since such provisions could welt interpreted as meaning those that have the effect of stultifying women's enjoyment of the right guaranteed by this ArticleRecommendations1Access to religious places on the basis of race, sex, caste or residence. 2 Prom Article 26(1), which prohibits discrimination in access to public places on In 3. Article 26(2)(1) be amended to remove the word "protection in the context or birth should be restricted ground only of.. "The word 'only' should be omitted. Woman and replaced with words which commute that special affirmative provisio1s be made to enhance women's status and rights towards the promotion of gender equality.