Socio-Economic Causes and Rights of Differently Abled Persons in Pakistan: An Analysis

  • Dr. Fozia Naseem Assistant Professor, College of Law, GC University, Faisalabad – Pakistan
  • Dr. Lt. Col. (R) Rooh ul Amin Deputy Registrar Academics, University of Wah, Wah Cantt – Pakistan
  • Syed Muhammad Najam Ameer Shah Lecturer, College of Law, GC University Faisalabad - Pakistan
Keywords: Differently Able Person, Human Rights, Legal Framework, Disabilities, Causes


Special persons are a disregarded social and economic underclass often observed by the public as annoying, dependent persons in need of aid and misfortune, which influences on them by preserving their downgraded status. The article relates to the special persons, i.e. disabled blind, physically handicapped, and even hard of hearing persons who deserve special attitude and care not only from social services center but also from the government agencies which are particularly meant to provide all possible help and courage  to such most deserving people of the society. Toward the start of the 21st century, not every single influenced nation give the vital direction to young people, appropriate mindfulness, care and adolescence. This research is comparative analysis of the legal frame work on the rights of the persons with disabilities in Pakistan.  The rights of special persons in Pakistan continued to be violated. Individuals with incapacities likewise confront numerous social, monetary, physical and political handicaps, blocking their opportunity of development in the public arena. These boundaries incorporate shame and misconstruing of the capacities and yearnings of individuals with incapacities. They are the most distraught. Individuals with incapacities confront overpowering boundaries in training, abilities improvement and regular day to day existence there is additionally an absence of clearness of information, standards and controls, recovery focuses, and coordinated administrations and aptitude for individuals with inabilities. The search delves into the position of leadership in a bid to bring out the fact that those in power continue to violate the rights of special persons