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Geneva: Sindhi Foundation holds poster campaign to highlight plight of Sindhis in Pakistan

Geneva [Switzerland], September 29 (ANI): The Sindhi Basis organized a day-long poster marketing campaign in entrance of the United Nations workplace in Geneva to make individuals conscious of the plight of Sindhis in Pakistan’s Sindh province.

The marketing campaign was held through the 54th Session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland.

Apart from slogans criticizing Pakistan and China for exploiting the sources of Sindh, the posters depicted the photographs of a number of Sindhi political activists, journalists and different intellectuals who had been forcibly kidnapped, tortured and brutally killed by Pakistan’s secret businesses.

Talking to ANI, Govt Director of Sindhi Basis, Manawar Laghari stated,”The message may be very very clear. Pakistan is a hurdle and can be a curse on the earth. Nobody is glad. Neither the individuals dwelling in Sindh, Balochistan or Pakhtunkhwa, Saraikis, Hazaras, Chitrals, Gilgit – all these oppressed individuals they wish to eliminate this nation”.

He added,”They need freedom from Pakistan and my message to the United Nations is that this – we wish referendum below the supervision of the United Nations not what the info Pakistan has, particularly with the ISI, we do not imagine in that. Underneath the supervision of the UN referendum to get our independence.

That is our very clear message”.

Laghari stated that in these pictures- a few of them have disappeared, some had been brutally killed and tortured. A few of them are nonetheless within the torture cells of the ISI and there are some women who’re additionally forcefully transformed.

He added,”One in all my associates Professor Notan Lal who’s in jail below the blasphemy legal guidelines and he’s going through improper allegations in opposition to him. That is Pakistan’s technique to suppress the Sindhis”.

In a letter despatched by the Sindhi Basis to the UN Excessive Commissioner for Human Rights, it defined the case of Sindh and highlighted a number of ongoing points.

It acknowledged that Sindhi colleges had been closed in cities in Sindh and Urdu colleges was opened. It additionally highlighted many points like enforced disappearances of Sindhi political activists, compelled conversion of Sindhi Hindu women and agricultural land usurped by Pakistani military generals. (ANI)

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