The federal government will formulate an effective wildlife policy to protect animals from illegal hunting.
The Ministry of Climate Change, which would submit the old draft policy before the cabinet cabinet or the common interest council, has changed and has asked all stakeholder recommendations and contributions.
According to the sources, the government has received several firm recommendations from interested parties and has now begun preparing a draft.
The Government is Working on a Wildlife Policy to Protect Animals Throughout Pakistan
Sources of the Ministry of Climate Change said the new concept included stricter legislation to protect wildlife and animal habitats and suggested more stringent implications for existing laws.
The concept proposes an active and collective effort by all provinces, federations, local governments, community members and non-governmental organizations to protect and preserve wildlife.
Regulate the Pakistani animal health study to continue preparing periodic reports based on game species statistics and their living conditions.
The new concept also contains recommendations on rigorous measures to ensure the safety of migratory birds, predetermined criteria for trophy hunting, wildlife conservation, urban wildlife, zoos and safaris, and the prohibition of animal torture.
According to statistics available at ProPakistani, Pakistan is about 174 species of mammals and 177 species of reptiles and 668 bird species. Of these, more than 90 animal species, 50 species of mammals, 27 birds and 17 species of insects are at risk of dying out.
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