Ahmed Noorani Hahaha. Some members on this very forum were more loyal to Ahmed Noorani than he himself, because of their political affiliation.Left wing extremists in Pakistan have long been working with our enemies. Some become "media" so if their investigated for links to foreign intelligence....they start screaming media harassment. Disgusting.
Really wish our state had the balls to take the Russian or Israeli route where enemies of the state hiding away in foreign lands are systematically hunted down and eliminated. It is made to look like an accident or unexplained circumstance.Yes, discredit them too. My point is, do whatever necessary. Unfortunately the people in power seem to be powerless. How else can one explain the lethargic approach? You have Hussain Haqqani, a former PML-N and PPP goon sitting in the US and working against the state of Pakistan. You have Nawaz Sharif an absconder sitting in London. You have Altaf Hussain another anti-state asset living in the UK. You have BLA and PTM terrorists getting refuge in US and Western capitals. You have media groups like Dawn and Geo who openly propagate against the state and are funded by hostile nations. Yet, the Pak state doesn't take the necessary steps to tackle the problems.
If you and I get the picture, it is hard to understand why people in power do not. Sometimes their options are limited, but mostly it is a cowardly and a lethargic mindset. It is unfounded fear from the unknown.
Pakistani Kurdoghloos. !!!India honors Marvi Sirmed, Ahmed Noorani, and Gul Bhukari at the UN!!!
Highlighting enforced disappearances in Pakistan at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), India on Monday said that in Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khans 'Naya Pakistan' (new Pakistan), you may not return home. First Secretary Senthil Kumar at India's mission in United Nations Geneva, said, "In Imran Khan's Naya Pakistan, you may not return home.
Kumar also said, "Security forces in Pakistan have gained proficiency in unlawful killings and kidnapping of people in so-called counter-terrorism operations. This has been compounded by a weak judiciary in Pakistan which has consistently failed to protect even the basic human rights of the people in Pakistan."
New Delhi pointed to the harassment faced by Pakistani journalist Marvi Sirmed, Ahmed Noorani, Gul Bhukari and detention of human rights defender Idris Khattak. Kumar said, "Targeting of journalists through threats, assaults, arrests instilling extreme fear and self-censorship exposes the fallacy of Pakistans so-called military-run democratic system."
India also gave a detailed account of cases of "enforced disappearances, murders, detentions, custodial deaths and torture of civil rights activists, representatives of local political parties and journalists" in Azad Kashmir (Azad Kashmir).
The statement said, "Its well documented that a large number of Kashmiri detainees are in secret detention facilities in Pakistan and Pakistan Occupied Territories now for several years and they have been severely tortured by the security forces. "
The focus was also on the arbitrary detention of any person in Pakistani provinces of Baluchistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh with the statement saying, "Cries of Baloch sister Haseeba Qambrani for her brothers Hasaan and Hizbullah Qambrani, who have been forcibly taken away by the Pakistan military go unheard. "
It is also to be noted that in Pakistan, minorities have to face severe consequences. United States Commission on International Religious Freedom 2020 report has taken note of forced conversation of girls from minority Hindu, Christian and Sikh communities in Pakistan and how local police has been often complicit to it. The Sikh community in the country has reported more than 55 such instances of abductions and forced conversions in the past few months.
On Monday, India strongly raised the matter of abduction of a Sikh girl in Pakistan with the Pakistani establishment. On September 18, India summoned a senior Pakistani diplomat from the Pakistani high commission in Delhi over the issue and issue a strong demarche or letter of protest on the issue.
Last week, it came to light that the daughter of Pritam Singh, Bulbul Kaur has been abducted and being converted forcibly. Pritam Singh is the head Granthi of Gurdwara Panja Sahib. Panja Sahib located in Pakistan's Hasan Abdal is considered an important Sikh place of worship since it has the handprint of the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak.
A candlelight march will take place near Pakistan high commission in Delhi on Tuesday to protest against the development. Around 50 Sikh ladies will be part of the candlelight march.
Earlier conversion of Sikh girl Jagjit Kaur to Ayesha Bibi had rocked the Sikh community in Pakistan. A court had ruled that Jagjit should go with her "husband" Muhammad Hassan. Hassan says Jagjit alias "Ayesha bibi" married to him on her own accord which has been disputed by her family.
Jagjit Kaur is the daughter of the Granthi of Nankana Sahib Gurudwara, one of the holiest Sikh places of worship since it is the birthplace of the founder of Sikhism-- Guru Nanak.
Nine family members of "converted" Sikh Girl Jagjit Kaur from Pakistan's Nankana Sahib had written to authorities asking them to make a passport for them as they want to leave the country.
In Imran Khan's 'Naya Pakistan', you may not return home: India highlights enforced disappearances in Pakistan at UN