PoK activist urges United Nation, says "Pakistan should be stopped from treating us like animals"

Sep 25 2020 01:01 PM
PoK activist urges United Nation, says

Geneva: Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) activist Muhammad Sajjad Raja presented his position in the United Nations during the ongoing UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva. Muhammad Sajjad Raja said- "We the people of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir request the United Nations to stop Pakistan from treating us like animals".

He said that "The Azad Kashmir Elections Act (2020) has taken away our political, civil and constitutional rights. We are considered traitors in our own home". Earlier, Muhammad Sajjad wept during his address. He became emotional while expressing his pain. The video of which is also becoming viral on social media.

Muhammad Sajjad Raja said that those who defame the political system in Azad Kashmir have a Pakistani boot on their throats. Later speaking to the press, he said that "We are facing the punishment of being in Pakistan. Pakistan is doing nine tanks to conduct elections there which do not even have the support of 10 per cent local Muslims". President of Pakistan Arif Alvi recently announced to hold elections in Gilgit Baltistan.

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