Rohingya Muslims: Zardari writes letter to Myanmar president

President says Pakistani government, people were saddened to learn about the losses of Muslims.


August 07, 2012

ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari on Tuesday expressed deep concern over the loss of life and property of Rohingya Muslims during the ethnic clashes in the State of Rakhine, Myanmar.    

In a letter addressed to the President of Myanmar, Zardari called for hastening the process of rehabilitation of Rohingya Muslims so that they can return to their homes and lead a safe and secure life.

The president added that the government and the people of Pakistan were saddened to learn about the losses of the Muslims and were deeply concerned about their plight.

Underlining the importance of peaceful coexistence of various communities for the strengthening of democracy in Myanmar, Zardari said that the communal harmony was imperative to reap the fruits of democracy.

He said that only peaceful coexistence of various communities would ensure that the democratic transition was not reversed.

COMMENTS (118)

Deb | 8 years ago | Reply

What goes round comes around. Millions were killed by muslims in last 1300 years in this sub-continent alone. Chakmas (buddhist) were persecuted and killed in east pakistan (now bangladesh) during the 50's and 60's on a regular basis. God's wheel of justice works in strange ways.

indian007 | 8 years ago | Reply

india and pakistan has some kind of sibling rivalry.... they are against each other but always together. both of them are inseparable.

its time both nation should reunite just like east germany and west germany. though it seems a fantasy,the results wld b nourishing.

and about rohingyas, the UN should definitely give it a look. and when we say UN,its the whole world that should work together.

WE ARE HUMAN FIRST,THEN WE HAVE NATIONALITIES.... God must be angry seeing his creation going wild !!

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