ISLAMABAD - Central leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Fouzia Qasuri Thursday condemned continues women rights violation in the country and observed that women were overwhelmingly under attack, especially in Punjab province.

Addressing a press conference here at party’s central office, PTI leader announced to unveil party’s policy for the protection of women rights shortly. Miss Qasuri was of the view that both Islam and constitution guarantee fair rights to women. She said substantial legislation has also been made to protect women rights yet the breach is widening all around the country.

Talking about the other day’s incident occurred in Muzaffarghar, where two elderly women were disrobed and paraded naked in streets; Miss Qasuri affixed responsibility with both the federal and provincial governments. She said, “Both the governments have completely failed in protecting women from torture and affliction.”

Calling it the sheer negligence and incompetence of the rulers, she marked that around 3,153 incidents of women rights violation reported from July 2011 to December 2011. According to her, the person who names himself as ‘Khadim-e-Ala’ occupies around 20 ministries and hence economic and administrative profiles of the province ware deteriorating.

She went on saying that PTI does not only represent the elite of the country rather caters for women from all walks of life.

Backing early elections in the country, She said that the situation would be out of control if government did not dissolve assemblies for new polls as federal as well as provincial governments were completely failed.

On the occasion, eminent social workers including Arifa Mazhar, Asma Rajawi, Adeeba Ameer-ud-Din, Rabia Haider and Dr Rakhshanda announced to join PTI.