death sentences couldn’t reduce the crime rate in Pakistan.

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Data and evidence confirm that the death penalty does not reduce the crime rate in the country. Experts, however, argue that it can worsen society because it indicates a sense of extremism in society.

On September 10, two offenders raped two women on the highway. After that event, the need for the elderly in the country resurfaced: the death penalty. Many analysts and political leaders have supported this claim.

There is a common belief that the death penalty will be a difficult lesson for criminals and intruders in the future. Most Pakistanis believe that the death penalty will significantly reduce the number of crimes as it creates social fear for such acts.

Supporters of this school of psychology cite two important examples, such as Saudi Arabia and Iran, two countries where murder and death sentences are common.

Countries where death sentences are common to Reduce The Crime Rate:

According to Amnesty International, Saudi Arabia killed 184 people in 2019, the highest in the world. At the same time, Iran revoked the title of “fast” implementation of the Navid Afkari revolver in September. The state champion was convicted of murder while protesting in the southern city of Shiraz two years ago.

Interestingly, the crime rate in Saudi Arabia has risen in recent years, especially for a drug-related crime. Although under Ali it has not yet been removed, as proponents of the death penalty have suggested.

According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, 17 people were killed in Saudi Arabia in 2014, and 102 in 2015, indicating a significant increase in criminal activity in the kingdom. It is therefore emphasized that the death penalty does not necessarily reduce the crime rate.

Another example of today’s death penalty advocates is the public execution of a child abuser under the Zia-ul-Haq regime. And people believe that there will be no such event after that. However, data from the Pakistan Human Rights Commission shows that between 1983 and 1992 there were 11 such incidents involving children under 4 years of age.

If we look at the past, a Zainab prisoner named Imran was hanged in 2018, but 11% more crimes were recorded in the country since 3,832 child abuse cases were registered after the execution.

Prime Minister Imran Khan also supported the death penalty, saying his government would consider the chemical collapse. Although he encouraged public gatherings, Ali said the country could not because it had GSP Plus status.

Omer Warraich, Amnesty International comments on the death penalty, “Sexual abuse and murder of a child are one of the most heinous crimes. But the death penalty is not the answer. anywhere in a society that respects rights. “

In addition, former Attorney General and Senior Attorney Ausaf Ashraf said there was no empirical evidence that the death penalty reduced crime rates. “It is sensitive and our legislators should discuss it carefully before passing the law,” he said.
After the rape on the highway, Congress continued to share the issue of the death penalty. Some lawmakers, including PML-N Prime Minister Muhammad Ali Khawai Asif, supported the death penalty, while Federal and Science and Technology Minister Fawad Chaudhry objected, saying: “We must reform judicial system to maintain punishment in the short term and there should be no compromise. between the remaining party and the perpetrator. “

Data and evidence confirm that the death penalty does not reduce the crime rate in the country. Experts say it can continue to make society worse because it expresses feelings of being extremist in society. They stressed that the call for the immediate death penalty after each shocking incident shows that most of us want to take immediate action.

Abid Malhi, a convicted felon on the highway, who was later jailed for rape, was released. Law enforcement experts have indicated that if the police remain relevant information, monitor its movements, or face lawsuits for their crimes, that incident will be avoided.

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