Imran says will tell world at UNGA about HR violations in Kashmir
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said he would tell the world at the United Nations General Assembly session about the ongoing human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir.
Addressing an event held to observe the ‘Kashmir Hour’ at the Prime Minister Secretariat in Islamabad, Imran Khan said, “If it was not for Muslims, all the world would have united to raise voice against it. I regretfully say that when it is time for providing justice to Muslims, international organisations like the United Nations stay silent.”
He said God willingly he would relay all the European and Muslim leaders about the gravity of human rights violations in Kashmir at the UN General Assembly.
The prime minister compared Indian extremist party Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) with Hitler’s Nazi party for their Hindu supremacist belief.
The Pakistani nation observed ‘Kashmir Hour’ on Friday to express the solidarity with the oppressed people of India-occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
The Kashmir Solidarity Hour commenced from 12:00 to 12:30 hours, in which sirens sounded all across the country and national anthem of Pakistan followed by national anthem of Azad Jammu and Kashmir will be played.
PM Imran said this would send message that until Kashmir got freedom, the Pakistani nation would stand with them.
“I promise to fight the Kashmir dispute at every forum, until it is liberated,” he said.
He said the ruling Indian party had bulldozed the ideology of secularity of Nehru and Gandhi. He said the murderer of Gandhi also belonged to the RSS.
“They did not even allow their opposition party members to visit the occupied valley let alone media or human rights observers,” he said.
The premier said the foreign minister and ministry of foreign affairs were informing about the international conflict to all the foreign ministers. He said the government would wake up all the human rights organisations about this.