NEW YORK: The Secretary General of the United Nations Organisation (UNO), Ban Ki-moon has demanded of the federal government of Pakistan to ban executions in Pakistan. According to details, Ban Ki-moon has emphasized on the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif that implementation on hangings should immediately be stopped and the restoration of the ban on execution should be made again.
A spokesman of the UNO in New York has told that Ban Ki-moon has talked to the Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif and asked him to take his decision back. Ban Ki-moon had phoned to Nawaz Sharif yesterday and expressed his sorrows on the massacre of the children in Peshawar.
A statement issued from the office of Ban Ki-moon says that by understanding such a difficult situation thoroughly, Ban Ki-moon has emphasized on the federal government of Pakistan to stop hangings and restore the ban on execution in Pakistan.
The statement says that Nawaz Sharif has replied that all the legal requirements will be fulfilled. Earlier, the Islamabad mission of the European Union had also emphasized on Pakistan that Pakistan should immediately stop the implementation on execution.