Karachi (PPI) - Provincial Minister for Human Rights Ms Nadia Gabol Saturday said legislation of Child Protection Bill would be made soon in order to end violence against children and domestic servants. She said this while presiding over a meeting at her office here to review report on violence against street children and domestic child servants. Nadia noted that proposed Child Protection Bill would help stop sexual abuse of street children and domestic child servants. She stressed the need to evolve a comprehensive strategy for welfare of street children and domestic child servants. She stated that Sindh government is paying special attention to resolve these issues, particularly in backward areas. The Minister said children are future of the country, therefore it is responsibility of all of us to protect the children from criminal elements besides providing them opportunities of getting education and other facilities. She said police and other govt officials have been issued directives. She said provision of standard education to poor children would be ensured as only educated society could work for their rights in a better way. According to the report presented at the meeting, 6780 children including 2500 women were subjected to violence during 2008. It said 56 children were killed during this period, while 532 children were made victims of sexual assault and 96 of karo-kari. It further said 10,000 girls are working in Karachi as domestic servants who are usually subjected to torture.