Stop Pakistan to treating to PoK citizens like animals : activist tears in UNHRC

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Raising voice against the atrocities being committed by Pakistan on the people of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK), activist Sajjad Raja was filled with eyes. He appealed to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to stop Pakistan from treating them like animals.


Professor Sajjad Raja said during the 45th session of the UNHRC in Geneva on Thursday at the local time that the PoK Elections Act 2020 has taken away all constitutional, civil, and political rights of the citizens of the PoK region.


Raja, president of the National Equality Party JKGBL, said, "We the people of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir urge the council to stop Pakistan from treating us like animals. The PoK Elections Act 2020 snatched away all our constitutional, civil, and political rights. Our activities against Pakistan's occupation have been declared anti-state, which is an open violation of UN resolutions. "


He went on to say, "We are being treated like traitors in our own homes just to defend our authority. By declaring our political activities illegal through this act, the Pakistan Army has been selectively murdered by our people." To do and make them disappear. "

Raja said that Pakistan is "brainwashing" both youths along the border in Jammu and Kashmir, and as such, "using them as fodder in a proxy war with India. Pakistan runs terrorist camps from POK . "