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JI,PTI observe protest in against Rohingya Muslims genocide

Protesters were holding banners and placards inscribed slogans against the barbarism of Myanmar government and alleged silence of the world leaders and human rights organizations
OUR CORRESPONDENT
KHYBER AGENCY
To observed solidarity with Muslim Rohingya,thousands of Jamat-e-Islami and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf workers and supporters staged a protest rally in Landikotal bazaar and condemned the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
The protesters were holding banners and placards inscribed slogans against the barbarism of Myanmar government and alleged silence of the world leaders and human rights organizations.
Sleaking on the occasion, Jamaat-e-Islami Landikotal Ameer Ziaul Haq Afridi said that thousands of Rohyngia Muslims including women and children were brutally killed their houses were burnt.He said so-called United Nation and those who light candles were allegedly kept silence over the history big genocide.He urged all the Muslim countries to cut off diplomatic relation with the Myanmar government and push out its diplomates their respective countires.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Abdur Raziq Shinwari said Pakistan should send army to Myanmar so that life and protery of the two million Rohingya Muslim could be protected.Shinwari said it was a time for Muslim leaders to step forward and raise their voice for their Rohingia brothers and sisters.
Raziq called Nobel prize winner Aung Aan Suui Kyi as big terrorist of the world and asked her to return the prize as it was not suit with her. He said it was a question mark on the role of NGOs workers and those who work for human right that they arrange candle light vigil on the murder of one person.
Raziq said more then three thousands Rohingya Muslims were slaughtered and burnt alive but Human rights organizations yet to show their solidarity with Rohingya Muslims.
The protesters gathered at the front of Landikotal press club and torched Aung San Suu Kyi effigy.



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