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Geneva, Switzerland: Pakistan Occupies Kashmir (PoK), activist Sajjad Raja has asked the UN for help to restore their political, civil and constitutional rights. He also alleged that the government led by Imran Khan is treating the residents of the PoK region like animals.
“We Pakistanis who occupy Kashmir appeal to the council to stop Pakistan from treating us like animals. The POK 2020 Election Law has deprived us of all our constitutional, civil and political rights. Our activities against accession to Pakistan have been declared anti-state. flagrant violation of the United Nations Resolution, “ANI quoted Prof. Sajjad Raja, Chairman of the JKGBL National Equality Party, as saying.
When intervening at the 45th UNHRC Session in Geneva, Thursday, the PoK activist burst into tears when he made an appeal to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC).
He further said, “We are treated as traitors in our own home just for defending it. By declaring our political activities illegal, this action gives the Pakistani Army the freedom to kill our people through targeted killings and enforced enforced disappearances.”
Prof. Raja has made serious accusations against the Pakistani government saying that the authorities “brainwashed” the minds of young people on both sides of the border in Jammu and Kashmir, thereby “turning them into cannon fodder in the proxy war with India”.
“Pakistan is brainwashing innocent youths on both sides of the border in Jammu and Kashmir, turning them into cannon fodder in a proxy war with India. Pakistan continues to run terror camps from the POK,” he added.
‘Save the Sindhi from enforced disappearances’
The World Sindhi Congress also appealed to the UN Council to save its people from enforced disappearances by Pakistani bodies. He informed that more than 60 Sindhi people have been kidnapped in the last three months.
“We ask the UN Council to fulfill its responsibility to save Sindhi people from enforced disappearances by Pakistani agencies. The perpetrators must be tried by holding the Pakistani government accountable,” said Lakhu Luhana, Secretary General of the World Sindhi Congress.
“The enforced disappearance of Sindhi people by Pakistani agencies is continuing. In the last three months, more than 60 people have been kidnapped. They are using it as a tool to spread terror: the Secretary General of the World Sindhi Congress,” he added.
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