Actor Ahsan Khan recently revealed that he has been appointed as a goodwill ambassador for Pakistan’s National Commission on the Rights of the Child (NCRC).
The federal government created the NCRC in 2020 with the goal of “enforcing its mandate for comprehensive legal, institutional, and social changes on child rights” in order to build a “protective society for children.”
The star informed his social media fans of the news. “I am honored to be a part of the wonderful NCRC program,” he stated in an Instagram statement. “Protecting our children’s rights means safeguarding our future.” Neglect, brutality, unfairness, injustice, and abuse harm the brains and hearts of youngsters who will one day rule our country. It is extremely irresponsible — and simply unethical — to entrust the future to people whose souls have been harmed by a lack of love, respect, protection, education, dignity, and justice.
“Denying children’s fundamental rights makes us lousy Muslims, Pakistanis, and humans. We must defend our children’s rights for the sake of mankind, if not for the sake of our own future. I support the National Commission on the Rights of the Kid in its efforts to guarantee that every Pakistani child receives the rights to which he is entitled “He stated.
Many celebrities thanked Khan for being given the position. Hira Mani and Aijaz Aslam, both actors, responded to Khan’s Instagram post.
Khan announced the news on Twitter, where a number of other celebs congratulated him.
“Great work Ahsan, keep it up,” actor Humayun Saeed said.
“Congratulations, Ahsan Khan; you are unquestionably the best candidate for this cause. Continue to do so, “Fahad Mustafa, another actor, chimed in.
“Excellent work. This is a really important duty “Adnan Siddiqui, an actor, responded to Khan’s post.
“Ahsan, you are great! I’m proud of you, “Juggun Kazim, an actor, wrote.
Khan is well known for his roles in the plays Udaari, Aangan, and Dastaan. He was nominated for ‘Best Film Actor’ at the Lux Style Awards in 2018 for his work in Chupan Chupai. On Express TV, he presently anchors the chat show Time Out with Ahsan Khan.