Imran Khan said “stop human rights violation”
Several US lawmakers have urged the new government of Pakistan, led by prime minister Imran Khan, to stop human rights violations, and treat its ethnic and religious minorities with equality and dignity.
Addressing ‘The Minorities Day on the Hill’ organised by South Asia Minorities Alliance Foundation (SAMAF) and Voice of Karachi (VOK) on Wednesday, the lawmakers urged the Imran Khan government to stop human rights violation of minorities in Karachi and other parts of the country, as well as in Balochistan.
Congressman Scott Perry said that “we in the United States see and treat all ethnic and religious minorities equally and we demand that our allies do the same. We can all live together and practice our faith in peace and harmony. This is the way it is now in America, but that should be everywhere.”