Geneva: Professor Sajjad Raja hails from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. On Thursday night time in Geneva, he once more uncovered the actual face of Pakistan to the world. He began crying twice throughout the speech.
- Sajjad Raja hails from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and is combating for its independence
- Through the speech, Sajjad had tears in his eyes, he mentioned – our scenario is worse than animals
The scenario of individuals in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) has grow to be worse than animals. Through the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) assembly in Geneva on Thursday night time, this ache was introduced to the world by PoK activist Professor Sajjad Raja. The king directly targeted the federal government and military of Pakistan. Stated: Pakistan should stop treating with us like animals.
Sajjad Raja feels Stranger in his very own home
Through the speech of Sajjad, there was full silence within the UNHRC. Through the speech Raja turned so emotional that his tears came out. Raja said- We enchantment to this group to cease Pakistan from treating us like animals. Pakistan has taken away all our constitutional rights by implementing PoK Elections Act 2020. Individuals residing in PoK not have political and civil rights. We’ve got been made beg in our personal home. Raja is also the chairman of the Nationwide Equality Social gathering.
Sajjad Raja said What’s our fault
Additional mentioned within the speech- We stay on our land.
We’ve got houses and households. However, in our personal home we’re being handled like intruders. The Pakistan Military has banned political actions. Individuals are slaughtered on protesting. Hundreds of individuals have disappeared. Goal Killings are being performed.
Pakistan is brainwashing
The Sajjad Raja uncovered the repression of Pakistani military and authorities to the world. Mentioned- Brainwashed youth are getting used on each side of the border (India and Pakistan). They’re getting used as a weapon in proxy conflict. Everybody is aware of that Terror Camps are nonetheless operating in Pakistan. Pakistan is now attempting to make Gilgit-Baltistan a state.