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Consequently, it is time that such facilities also became available in Pakistan. While the remainder of the developed world leaps further into the 21st century, economic instability in Pakistan has caused widespread devastation. Perhaps, much of this devastation stems from the fact that there are no clear moral or ethical lines in Pakistani society whereby all individuals regardless of race, class, background or health are given equal opportunity. As a result, a lot of talent goes unrecognized and the workforce in Pakistan remains small. By providing equal rights to all individuals, basic moral principles will be enforced in society resulting in less turmoil and ultimately social and economic achievement. History clearly portrays that in order to move forward a society must enforce principles that are based or moral foundations which include caring and respecting the less fortunate, in this case the physically and mentally disabled.
On the same token, it is also necessary that Pakistan begin changing its image on the international level. What message goes across when a Pakistani father takes the life of his newborn child because the child possesses a disability? What makes people commit these awful crimes in which they deprive a being of the most basic right given to them by a Divine Being-the right to live? One definitive reason individual's commit such a crime is because they lack support. People with disabled children lack the resources and proper knowledge to provide and care for such a child in Pakistan. However, this must change because when a child is deprived of life, the entire society is responsible and it is indeed an immense loss for all of society. With about X of the Pakistani population living in poverty and less than half educated, it is the responsibility of people who are more fortunate to do something for the betterment of society as a whole. Like Huberty H. Humphrey, ss" Vice President of the United States, once said, "the moral test of government is how that government treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadows of life, the sick, the needy and the handicapped." Therefore, it is our responsibility to
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