Editorial in DAWN:
NEWS that a PPP MPA from Punjab has submitted a bill seeking to restrict the discretion of game wardens to issue hunting permits is welcome and one hopes that the bill will be adopted. As it is, troche there are 72 birds and animals recognised as endangered species under the existing law but the government has done little to ensure that they are not hunted. If anything, laws have been ignored and hunting permits given to the rich and the influential, notably from the Gulf states.
2 thoughts on “Protecting wildlife in Pakistan”
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wildlife of pakistan should be saved
the govt should protect the wildlife & hunting shouldnt be permitted at all