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Thursday, August 1, 2013

A Pakistani television program gives live babies for adoption

One of the most watched programs on television Pakistani babies given up for adoption from a local charity, Chhipa, whose head has defended the initiative, saying it will not stop. "It's a way to raise public awareness about the need for Pakistan to abandon not babies like animals, "said Ramzan Chhipa, director and founder of the association that bears his name and is dedicated to many charitable activities. The program in question meets every night to millions of viewers under thebaton of Aamir Liaquat Hussain, the largest Asian country TV star, mixing religion and entertainment in a cocktail that has been very successful. The program, a sort of quiz about Islam in the public receives all kinds of awards (vehicles, or appliances, especially), joined in recent days a new attraction, the direct delivery of babies to new parents. "The two cases so far have been families who had studied and had made their request, like thousands of others, although they did not know they were going to give the child much less that it would live," said Chhipa. "Tomorrow or will another baby, a boy who just found in the trash , "he added, emphasizing that in the future will continue to bear children on television" if we continue to call ". Chhipa stressed that his organization does not receive any grant from the program or channel and that theinitiative is purely charitable and social awareness. In the two previous occasions, the children were taken in arms by the presenter, as a check or a voucher for a microwave , and have been delivered to new parents who were surprised by the public. The issue, which has been well received in the international media but has gone largely unnoticed in the local press, has generated some criticism in social networks. "It's embarrassing," wrote one netizen on the profile of the Association, and accused Chhipa to "save babies with one hand and fighting over the other cheap publicity". Sources of Unicef ​​in Pakistan recognized the lack of reliable statistics on the abandonment of children in a country where there are no regulations on adoption that is comparable to that of the western states. "We found or bring us more than a dozen babies a month," said the philanthropist, who said that in each case are brought into contact with the local police but not trying to find biological family, but given the child to other parents. The controversial magazine 'Amman Ramadan' (Peace in Ramadan), who daily filled more than six hours 'prime time' in Geo chain, is the extended version of religious entertainment program Liaquat Hussain has throughout the year on the same channel. This star air screens with televangelist has received some criticism for questionable force to levels staging religious disclosure intentions entertainment. In his program has come to show live conversion to Islam of Hindu citizens much to the amusement of the public and the ulama always present with him on set. Various organizations defending human rights, both local and international, forced conversion reported annually members, often women, religious minorities in the country. Blessed aspect and supposedly learned in Islam, Liaquat , who calls himself doctor, was two years ago in the eye of the controversy over a video taken during a break from recording the program in which so little devoted joked about the ulema the set. "A teacher who does not teach, a doctor untitled, part priest and part 'prima donna." Is, ultimately, a star that could only arise in Pakistan, "wrote columnist Asad Rahim Khan on Monday in the local newspaper Express Tribune.

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