PM Khan calls India to finish atrocities towards Kashmiris

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday demanded that India finish the gross abuse and atrocities being inflicted on Kashmiris which have been a violation of all worldwide humanitarian and human rights legal guidelines.

“On Human Rights Day we should enchantment to the world’s conscience, to upholders of worldwide regulation and to the United Nations Safety Council to behave towards the unlawful annexation of IoK by the Indian occupation authorities,” PM Imran tweeted.

The premier condemned New Delhi’s siege which had been occurring for over 4 months now.

PM Imran stated, “We salute and stand resolutely with the courageous Kashmiris struggling for his or her proper of self-determination.”

Occupied Kashmir has been beneath a navy curfew since August 5, when Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi revoked the constitutional autonomy of the area and arrested 1000’s of individuals.

After the annexation New Delhi additionally positioned an entire blackout of communications by blocking web and telecommunication providers within the disputed valley.

In a separate tweet, PM Imran stated that his authorities is dedicated to the safety of human rights for all of the residents with out discrimination.

In his message on World Human Rights Day, PM Imran stated, “On worldwide Human Rights Day Muslims must do not forget that the message of equality, justice and safety of human rights for all was given greater than 1400 years in the past by our Prophet PBUH.”

The prime minister added that this “embodied the cardinal ideas of respect for human rights and human dignity”.

The premier stated his authorities was dedicated to the safety of human rights for all residents as preached by Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him), particularly in his final sermon, and duties of the federal government enshrined within the Structure.

World Human Rights Day is noticed yearly on December 10, the day the United Nations Normal Meeting adopted, in 1948, the Common Declaration of Human Rights. 



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