Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders in the United States also became active in making Pakistan’s military aid conditional on human rights.
On the one hand, slogans of real freedom are being raised and efforts are being made to make anti-Pakistan statements from members of the US Congress.
PTI leaders asked Congressman Greg Kassar to help bring a resolution on Pakistan in the US Congress.
PTI USA President Atif Khan along with a delegation called on Greg Kaisar in Austin, USA. The PTI leaders also sought the US’ help to provide military assistance to Pakistan subject to human rights.
In a meeting with Greg Kaisar, “PTI US President Atif Khan said that 86 members of Congress have signed our petition, and we want you to be a part of it.” He added, “You can rely on me, I’m going to question in Congress how can the United States question democracy and human rights violations in Pakistan.”
“We support human rights and democracy all over the world, including the United States, we are hearing human rights violations in the United States or beyond, especially in Pakistan, pressure on press freedom and political parties damages the economy, pressure on press freedom and political parties saddens us, me and Pakistanis. The community is committed to taking Pakistan towards a solution where people choose the government of their choice.”
PTI Chairman’s Focal Person for America Sajjad Barki also attended the meeting, and shared the video of the meeting and discussion on his Twitter account.