Imran Khan | As UN experts express concern over enforced disappearances in Pakistan, Imran Khan calls India a ‘rogue state’

Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan

New Delhi: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan took to Twitter on Thursday to launch a narrative against India, saying it is “undermining democracies in the region.” Calling India a “rogue state”, he accused New Delhi of “becoming a threat to the stability of the world system”.

“Pakistan has consistently drawn the international community’s attention to the subversive activities of India to undermine democracies in the region and export / finance extremism through fake news organization structures and think tanks. Recently, the Republican Party handed over a dossier to the UN on India’s state terrorism in Pakistan, ”he said.

Khan added: “@DisinfoEU revelations about the extensive Indian network of subversive activities vindicate Pakistan’s position and expose its detractors. The international community must take note of a rebellious Indian regime that now threatens the stability of the global system … “

UN experts express concern over enforced disappearances and torture in Pakistan

Contrary to Pakistan’s claims, UN human rights experts expressed concern about enforced disappearances and torture in the country, urging the Pakistani government Tehreek-e-Insaf to respect its human rights obligations by launching investigations. prompt, thorough and impartial on such acts.

UN experts underscored the fact that Pakistan failed to fully investigate the case of human rights defender Idris Khattak, who was detained by Pakistani Military Intelligence on November 13, 2019 and held incommunicado for more than seven months.

They urged the Islamic nation, which was re-elected to the 47-member Human Rights Council in October, to lead by example and demonstrate its commitment to the promotion and protection of human rights.

On December 3, India criticized Pakistan for violating the UN resolution. At the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly, First Secretary Ashish Sharma said: “Pakistan has already violated the previous resolution on Culture of Peace passed last year by this very assembly.”