Pakistan appeals to UN for extradition Pakistan has demanded immediate release of Kashmiri human rights activist and political leader Asiya Andrabi.In a statement today (Sunday), Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry said that Pakistan had demanded the immediate release of UN Secretary-General in New York and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva and political leader Asiya. What is the contact? Andrebi imprisoned in India’s notorious Tihar Jail.
He said that it has been highlighted that on January 18, 2020, Ms. Andrabi’s life is in danger due to the serious threat of criminal proceedings by a shameful court. As a champion of human rights and a passionate advocate for women’s empowerment, Ms. Andrabi has worked tirelessly for more than four decades to achieve social reform and fundamental freedoms for the people of India’s illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir. Is. She founded an organization called Daughters of the Nation (DM), one of the largest women’s rights organizations in the IIOJK, which works specifically against sexual violence and abuse. Indian occupying forces.
The spokesperson said that Ms. Andrabi has been imprisoned for more than 15 years on fabricated charges under illegal and inhumane detention laws aimed at perpetuating India’s illegal occupation of IIOJK through oppression and barbarism against Kashmiris. He said Indian authorities had now put Ms Andrabi on trial on serious charges. Deliberately expedited the trial. And take appropriate action, reflecting malicious intent with a clear indication to stop judicial killings.
The spokesperson said that India’s vicious attempt to portray the legitimate Kashmiris’ struggle as “terrorism” and to prosecute its leaders through mere lawsuits was a violation of the UN Charter, the UN Security Council and the UN. Is a clear violation of the resolutions of the General Assembly, and international human rights.
He said that Pakistan has demanded from the United Nations that it should request India to make all fabricated allegations against Ms. Andrabi, her husband and her accomplices, and give them full legal rights, including the right to a free and fair trial. Provide protection. Release all detainees in IIOJK, especially political prisoners and human rights defenders. Eliminate stricter rules such as AFSPA, PSA, and UAPA. Permission for UN-sponsored investigations into additional judicial executions and serious and systematic human rights violations; And fully implement all the recommendations of the OHCHR’s two Kashmir reports, including the establishment of a UN Commission of Inquiry.