Pak minorities stage protest in Geneva

Pak minorities protest in Geneva
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Sindhi, Baloch, Pashtuns protest against atrocities by Pak Army in Geneva …. reports Asian Lite News

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Pashtun Leader Mustafa Pashtun addresses the gathering

Sindhi, Baloch and Pashtuns protested against the atrocities by Pakistan Army, at ‘Broken Chair’ in Geneva where the 43rd session of UN Human Rights Council is underway. Sindhi, Baloch, and Pashtuns are the three ethnic groups in Pakistan who are fighting for creating an independent state.

The demonstrations at Broken Chair were done with the slogan “Pakistan Army Stop Atrocities against Sindh, Baloch and Pashtun”. In the past decade, many mass graves with more than 100 bodies were discovered in Balochistan.

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Italian human rights activist Frencheska supports the protesters

The protesters condemned the Army and the Imran Khan government for the atrocities against minorities. Pakistan’s powerful Army and the government draws flak at 43rd session of UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.

Pashtun Leader Mustafa Pashtun addresses the gathering. The Pashtun leader accused the army and the government of persecuting Pashtuns in Pakistan.

The Pashtun leader also condemn Pak army for aiding terrorism and requests Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take over Pakistan to save them.

Prominent Italian human rights activist Frencheska also support the protesters.

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