PM Imran Khan on Wednesday communicated his pleasure over Pakistan’s re-appointment to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) and vowed that the nation would “stand steadfast against Islamophobia and on the side of shared regard”.
The head likewise pledged that the nation would keep uncovering the basic freedoms infringement being executed in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
“We stay focused on maintaining common liberties for all, organizing headway of resistance and productive commitment,” the chief tweeted a day after the nation stowed a seat in the UN’s basic freedoms body with a larger part.
PM Khan included that the nation would proceed with its endeavors towards agreement assembling and guaranteeing that the HRC’s work was guided by standards of comprehensiveness, fairness, discourse and participation.
The executive further said Pakistan would keep on uncovering basic liberties infringement submitted without any potential repercussions by the Indian occupation powers in IIOJK.
I am pleased with Pakistan’s re-election to UN Human Rights Council for another 3-yr term. We remain committed to upholding human rights for all, prioritizing advancement of tolerance & constructive engagement. We stand resolute against Islamophobia & in support of mutual respect