ISLAMABAD: Overseas Minister Khawaja Asif, expressing concern on the ongoing violence towards Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, stated Pakistan is dedicated to offering humanitarian help to the persecuted minority to alleviate their struggling.
In a press launch issued by the Ministry of Overseas Affairs, the overseas minister emphasised that plight of Rohingya Muslims was a problem to the conscience of the worldwide group.
He additionally supported the Organisation of Islamic Nations’ (OIC) place condemning the violence.
Asif stated that violence and critical human proper violations towards the minority group and the violation of worldwide humanitarian regulation is deplorable.
He additionally expressed concern over the unfold of hate speech and incitement to violence, discrimination and prejudice towards Muslims and members of ethnic, spiritual and linguistic minorities.
The overseas minister referred to as for efficient measures to stop the reoccurrence of such violence, offering safety to all and upholding the rights of each particular person to reside and transfer with out worry and discrimination.
Asif added that Pakistan has all the time supported oppressed Muslim populations, together with these in Indian-occupied Kashmir and the Rohingya Muslims. He additional stated the nation has supported the decision moved earlier over the plight of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
Almost ninety,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh since violence erupted in Myanmar in August, pressuring scarce assets of assist businesses and communities already serving to lots of of hundreds of refugees from earlier spasms of violence in Myanmar.
The following clashes and a serious army counter-offensive have killed at the very least four hundred individuals.
Myanmar officers blamed the Rohingya militants for the burning of houses and civilian deaths however rights screens and Rohingya fleeing to neighboring Bangladesh say a marketing campaign of arson and killings by the Myanmar military goals to drive them out.
The remedy of Buddhist-majority Myanmar’s roughly 1.1 million Muslim Rohingya is the most important problem dealing with chief Aung San Suu Kyi, accused by Western critics of not talking out for the minority that has lengthy complained of persecution.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Sign me up for the newsletter!
The content is the property of the Roznama Urdu and without permission of the publisher will be considered copyright infringement..