Absolutely yes: PTI wants human rights situation in Pakistan to be linked with US military funding to Pakistan.PTI The leaders of the United States have urged Congressman Greg Casar to do what he can to help bring an end to breaches of human rights.Workers for the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in the United States have asked Congressman Greg Casar to introduce a bill that would link the military aid that the United States provides to Pakistan with the country’s record on human rights.This action was taken after the senior leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Shahbaz Gill, registered himself as the PTI’s “foreign agent” in the United States.
This comes as party workers are scrambling to gain assistance from the United States for their anti-state agenda.Atif Khan, a member of the PTI, and Sajjad Burki, the PTI’s focal person in the United States, met with Congressman Greg Casar and asked him to do everything he could to help bring a resolution against the breaches of human rights in Pakistan.Burki mentioned to Casar when he was seeking for his support for the resolution that 86 members of the US Congress had signed the petition that PTI had created, and that they would like for him to become a part of it as well.The congressman’s response was, “You should be able to count on me to be somebody who is asking questions about how the US could be supporting democracy and human rights in Pakistan and other places,
Situation in Pakistan
After being requested to give a statement about the situation in Pakistan at the time, Khan began by expressing gratitude to Casar for travelling all the way to Houston, Texas to meet with them.”We would request you to address some of the conditions we’ve talked about earlier, and we request you as a Congressperson here in the US to address those situations,” Khan added. “We would request you to address some of the conditions we’ve talked about earlier.”In reaction to this, Casar stated that he was aware of how “important it is for us to have human rights and democracy not just here in the United States but everywhere we can.”” and he said this in response to the question, “Can you count on me to be somebody who is asking questions?”
He stated that everything that is mentioned about Pakistan, including “repression” against the press and equitable participation, “hurts our economy.”He reaffirmed the resolve to continue working together in order to find a solution that would allow the people to choose their own government and ensure that the military will only be present for the purpose of maintaining order and will not interfere with democratic processes.The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has been rocked by a mass defection of its top leadership in the wake of the violent events that occurred on May 9. This comes after the PTI’s senior leadership condemned the attacks on military sites.