ISLAMABAD Chairman Senate Mian Raza Rabbani said on Monday that the statements of US State Department and the British government about recent missing persons in Pakistan were inappropriate.
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“I understand the statements of the State Department and the British Government about missing persons in Pakistan were extremely inappropriate,” he observed in the House.
“It is our internal affair and we are facing and looking into it. These governments have no right to comment on our internal affairs,” he added.
The chairman took exception of double standards of these governments and said both of these governments remained silent on gross human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir and Palestine.
“These countries remain silent on missing persons in Indian Occupied Kashmir and extra judicial killing of innocent persons in Kashmir and Palestine,” he added.
The chairman said, “The issue of missing persons is our issue. We shall deal with it and would not allow any external government to meddle into our affairs.”
Raza Rabbani said playing up such incidents in Pakistan clearly manifest the “Brahmin, Jewish and White Racial” mindset.