Britain attacks Pakistan, it says: it is necessary to protect the fundamental rights of minorities

Pakistani minority

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lashed out against the Pakistani government and called for a guarantee to protect the fundamental rights of all citizens of the country.

 

New Delhi: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lashed out against the government of Pakistan and the fundamental rights of all citizens of the country (Fundamental Right of Guarantee). The matter was raised in the UK Parliament, after which Johnson issued a statement to the Parliament himself.

The matter heats up after the killing of an Ahmadi citizen

In Peshawar, the matter flared up after the murder of an Ahmadi citizen named Mahmud Khan. This was the fourth murder incident of an Ahmadi citizen in Peshawar in the recent past, after which the matter was raised in the British Parliament. In the UK, Lord Ahmed, South Asian and Commonwealth Affairs Minister, and Pakistan Human Rights Minister Shirin Mazari, asked about the UK government’s position on the issue, after which Boris Johnson said we will see human rights abuses and killings of minorities and You cannot turn a blind eye to the crimes committed against them.

State-Based Massacres Should Be Stopped: British Government

An MP told Parliament that the impact of movements in Pakistan can also be seen on the streets of Britain. After that, the government said that the killings of state minorities and episodes of their oppression should stop

India has consistently exposed Pakistan’s activities

The Indian government has consistently opposed minority atrocities in Pakistan. In particular, there was strong opposition to episodes of atrocities on Hindus, Sikhs, Christians and their forced conversions. Last week, the Indian government summoned a Pakistani diplomat in Delhi and opposed the handing over of Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara (Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara) to a committee that doesn’t even have a Sikh.

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