Prominent actor Ahsan Khan appointed Ambassador for Goodwill for Haqooq Pakistan project

ISLAMABAD: The National Commission on the Rights of the Child (NCRC), an organization working for the protection and promotion of children’s rights in Pakistan, has appointed prominent actor Ahsan Khan as its Goodwill Ambassador for the Rights of Pakistan project. have done. The Rights of Pakistan Project is a joint project of the NCRC and the European Union.

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Leading actor from the showbiz industry Ahsan Khan will work for children’s rights and their promotion, will play his role in creating awareness about the problems of vulnerable children in the country, to improve the lives of disadvantaged children. Encourage people and raise their voices to protect children from abuse, exploitation, violence and neglect.

Addressing the function, NCRC Chairperson Afshan Tehseen hoped that the involvement of renowned actor Ahsan Khan would help spread awareness about children’s rights among different sections of the society.

On the occasion, Afshan Tehseen paid tribute to the services of Prahsan Khan in the showbiz industry and said that he is a role model for many people due to which he has brought positive changes in people’s thinking about children. Will be due.

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Prominent film and TV actor Ahsan Khan, in his address on the occasion, said that it was an honor to be nominated as the NCRC Ambassador for Goodwill. “Everyone should take a moment out of their lives and think that we are treating our children well and behaving in the right way,” he said. He stressed that action should be taken against the denial of basic rights of children.

Speaking on the occasion, Seema Jaffer, Executive Director, said that the partnership between the NCRC and Ahsan Khan would be helpful in resolving the issues that continue to affect our children. Are

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Seema Jaffer claimed that public figures are instrumental in advocating for children’s rights and making far-reaching changes in their lives.