KARACHI Sindh is deprived of social, political, economic and cultural rights and systematic violation is being carried out by the bureaucracy and police with the support of feudal lords, while pervasive menace of bondage has deprived labourers of their fundamental rights. The speakers stated this in a consultation entitled International Human Rights and Labour Standards: Pakistans Compliance organised by Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (SPARC) at a local hotel. Speaking at the occasion, Barrister Zameer Ghumro categorically pointed out that population of Sindh is deprived of its social, cultural, political and economic rights and violator is federation. Frequent disappearance of political workers and plunder of natural resources by the state is a violation of Constitution which entitles citizens with equal rights. Iqbal Detho, the National Manager on Child Rights, SPARC said that Pakistan after ratifying the international standards set forth for human rights is bound to implement laws in conformity with the international standards. After 18th amendment the child rights and labour rights are generally being ignored after the devolution of the subjects at provincial level. He added that due to 18th amendment confusion exists among the policy makers that how the state would respond to the international commitments once the subjects are devolved at provincial level. Talking about the state of labour rights, Zulfiqar Shah, the joint Director PILER said that almost all workers in agriculture sector are deprived of their fundamental labour rights. He added that still millions of labourers are in the bondage and living in slavery like situation. While state has totally failed in providing even shelter to the displaced agriculture labourers who are living in camps since flood had made them homeless. He added that despite having international pressure, the government of Pakistan has been failed in eliminating Child Labour in the Country, he pointed out that the numbers of child labour in the country have crossed the figure of 12 million. Prominent Labour leader, Habib Junaidi, admitted that Pakistan stand top in the world as for as violation of labour rights are concerned. He added that despite of vulnerability and lack of labour protection mechanism, present government has tried its best to provide relief to the labourers.