Amnesty report: Imran urges government to put an end to drone strikes

Imran Khan says government must implement the APC resolution.

Web Desk October 22, 2013
PTI Chairman Imran Khan endorses the Amnesty International report on drone strikes. PHOTO: FILE

Claiming how the Amnesty International report on drone strikes had endorsed his stance, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairperson Imran Khan called for the strikes to be halted.

The Amnesty report holds USA responsible for causing numerous casualties in Pakistan and Yemen. Imran, in comments tweeted from the PTI account stated that drone attacks are a violation of human rights and as well as the sovereignty of Pakistan.

"Such drone strikes should be halted immediately as they are adding fuel to militancy in Pakistan."

Imran tweeted that the "federal government should act upon the resolution of the APC to put an end to drone strikes."

The strikes have killed as many as 2,500 people according to a UN report on drones. These include nearly 400 civilian casualties, with nearly half of them children.


lkhan | 8 years ago | Reply

Most of the comments have said it all - great to see how the majority see through Taliban Khan or Buzdil Khan - both names apt for such mad views!!!

Raj - USA | 8 years ago | Reply

Tomorrow in in 2-3 days time, Pakistani Awam will hear the news that they had been waiting to hear for nearly 3 months now. Yes, they shall know who shall be their next COAS. It is commonly believed in Pakistan that NS could not announce the appointment of the next COAS without approval from Obama.

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