KARACHI (PPI) - Advisor to Chief Minister Sindh, Sharmila Farooqui has said that disarmament, non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and peace education efforts are becoming important means to better understand and address these concerns. They are vital for strengthening involvement of civil society and are a source of inspiration for constructive national and international action. This was stated by Advisor to Chief Minister Sindh, Sharmila Farooqui in a statement on the eve of concluding day of UN Disarmament Week. She said that Pakistan subscribes to the goals of nuclear and non-discriminatory manner. To promote this objective in an equitable and non-discriminative manner, Pakistan has always played an active and constructive role in conference of disarmament, she reiterated. It is the same sprit, she added, the present democratic government joined the consensus on the program of work conference of disarmament in May 2009. Sharmila Farooqui said that non-violence was both a philosophy and a strategy that is based on striving to attain social or political change without the use of violence. She said that Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Quaid-e-Awam (Shaheed) Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Shaheed Benzair Bhutto were the leading inspiring leaders who utilized non-violence to sucessfully lead movements for change. Peace is an ongoing process that requires our constant attention, but we begin to make our lives more peaceful the moment we decide to try to be peacemakers. When we convince the world to make working for a more peaceful, just and sustainable world our priority, we will create a culture of peace, and living peacefully will become the most natural way to live, she said. Sharmila said that unfortunate global war against terrorism at one hand compelled the stakeholders to counter the threat but on the other hand left a number of peace loving and law abiding citizens displaced particularly in Pakistan. Although the present elected democratic government has always pursued the path of reconciliation but cannot allow leaving citizens on the mercy of terrorist activities of militants and extremists, she added. Sharmila said that aggressive action of militants have forced hundreds and thousands of people to migrate from their homes. The government was utilizing all possible resources to take care of IDPs on humanitarian ground, she concluded.