Ch Sarwar vehemently condemns gross human rights violations in India

LAHORE  – Punjab Governor Ch Sarwar has termed the series of seventeen attacks on mosques in the Indian state of Tripura as gross violation of religious freedom. “India has become a dangerous country in the world for minorities. The shameful silence of the United Nations and other international human rights organisations is condemnable. Pakistan will continue raising voice against the oppression of Indian Muslims,” he said.

On Tuesday, the Punjab governor shared a video of the attacks on mosques in a tweet and said that there had been a surge in attacks by the RSS terrorists on mosques and Muslims in India. He said that the terrorism against Indian Muslims was state-sponsored and that the Muslims were no longer safe in India. “The oppression of Indian Muslims is utterly condemnable,” he said. Ch Sarwar said that Muslims as well as other minorities were not safe in India. “Minorities are being killed with impunity; their places of worship are attacked, and they do not have the freedom to practice their religion.” While calling upon the United Nations and other international organisations, he said it was high time that those organisations must take notice of the human rights violations in India and act immediately to stop them. “The international community must ensure the protection of minorities in India through diplomatic pressure,” he said.

Punjab governor maintains terrorism against Indian Muslims state-sponsored

Sarwar said that the minorities in Pakistan enjoyed complete religious freedom. “All minorities including Hindus and Christians are free to practice their religion.” He also assured the Indian Muslim brothers and sisters that Pakistan would raise voice at all international forums including the United Nations to protect their rights, and they would not be left alone.

The governor also condemned the terrorist incident in Balochistan and said that the entire nation was with Pakistan Army in war against terrorism. “Terrorism will be rooted out from Pakistan by all means,” he added.

 

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