Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan accuses of human rights violations


Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan accuses of human rights violations: Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, who has accused India of human rights violations, is seen getting trapped in his own woven net. Imran has committed human rights violations in his own house by putting his political opponents in jail. By doing so, they have proved that they are the real culprits of human rights violations.

Imran is harassing his political opponents under the guise of Kashmir. There are many issues in which he jailed for pacifying his political opponents. Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl is organizing the Independence March on 31 October. The movement has the support of the party of former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Imran’s strategy is to imprison an undeclared emergency in Kashmir and put him in jail. The opposition there has become conscious about this. This has intensified the tone of protest against Imran.

Kashmir raga to divert attention

The Government of Pakistan has been singing the tune of Kashmir to divert attention from the internal problem. Rashid said that 27th of October is Kashmir Day and Maulana is not even giving an opportunity to call Modi bad on this day. Please tell that Fazlur Rahman had earlier announced a march and dharna in Islamabad on 27 October. On this, the ruling leaders had said that this is the day to raise the voice of Kashmiris. Maulana has wrongly chosen this day. After this, Maulana has changed the date of his march and dharna to 31 October.

Let me tell you that Pakistan has been in awe since the Indian Air Force attacked the Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camps in Balakot and removed Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan has threatened nuclear war against India many times. Many of his ministers have also spoken of war. Even after raising the Kashmir issue all over the world, Pakistan has not got support from anywhere.

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