Support Pakistan Women's Ownership Rights

A proposed bill in the Pakistan Assembly would make depriving women of ownership of their property an offense punishable by up to five years in prison and a hefty fine. Member of Provincial Assembly Noor Sahar, who introduced the bill, said that the right of ownership was at risk for women, whose rights are violated through coercion, fraud, fabrication, forgery, and cheating. 

Sign this petition to urge the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly to pass the bill to protect the ownership rights of women in Pakistan.

The proposed bill would ensure that if a woman files a suit against someone who has obstructed her right to own property, a court must take swift action on the case and district police must return the possession within one month of the court decision or face charges under the new law.

Sign now to recommend that Assembly members pass this important bill immediately.
We the undersigned urge you to pass the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Enforcement of Women Ownership Rights Bill introduced by MPA Noor Sahar. The right of ownership is at risk for women, whose rights are violated through coercion, fraud, fabrication, forgery, and cheating. The proposed bill would ensure that depriving women of ownership of their property would be a punishable offense and that courts and district police would take swift action in cases where women's right to own property have been obstructed. We recommend that you pass this important bill immediately.
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