New Delhi: A Kashmiri rights dissident at United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Wednesday excoriated Pakistan for submitting grave human rights infringement with its sponsorship of cross-fringe fear based oppression.
Junaid Qureshi, the child of Kashmiri dissenter and 1971 Indian Airlines ruffian Hashim Qureshi, in a general discussion at the 43rd meeting of the UNHRC in Geneva, portrayed Pakistan’s endeavors at controling fear based oppression “an eyewash”.
Chief of Amsterdam-based research organization, European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS), Junaid while featuring the risk fear mongering and its sponsorship presented to human rights said the ongoing FATF pressure on Pakistan has constrained the nation’s military foundation to embrace an “increasingly particular” approach towards advancing, supporting and sending out psychological warfare.
“Be that as it may, it is the same old thing, as, over decades, Pakistan has sharpened this expertise into a workmanship,” Junaid said.
Bringing up the way that Ehsanullah Ehsan of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and Masood Azhar, the UN-assigned worldwide psychological oppressor and head of the Jaish-e-Mohammad had out of nowhere disappeared, Junaid stated, “It shows that the purported conviction of another UN-assigned worldwide fear monger and Lashkar-e-Taiba boss Hafiz Saeed, is just an eyewash.”
“While Hafiz Saeed’s destiny will unquestionably improve when global weight facilitates, apparently the other two fear mongers have phenomenally figured out how to beat the might of the Pakistani insight organizations, which out of nowhere lost total sight of them,” he said.
Junaid said these activities plainly showed that Pakistan lean towards subterfuge over truthfulness, encouraged by the way that worldwide weight is chiefly restricted to words. (IANS)