SRINAGAR: Dukahtaran-e-Millat chairperson, Aasiyeh Andrabi, on Friday urged the government of Pakistan to toughen its stand against Bangladesh.
Andrabi said Pakistan should pressurise it to put a stop to the “merciless execution” of pro-Pakistan people in the country.
Andrabi’s reaction has come in wake of the execution of head of Jamaat-e-Islami party in Bangladesh, Motiur Rahman Nizami. He was hanged on May 11 for his ‘war crimes’.
In a statement issued here, DeM chief said Pakistan’s proactive and swift decisions in this regard could save the lives of 173 innocent people “who have been enlisted for execution by the oppressive Bangladeshi regime led by the tyrant Sheikh Hasina”.
“Pakistan’s continuous silence over the issue was not only leading to the murders of innocent pro-Pakistan leadership in Bangladesh but was raising apprehensions among the Kashmiri resistance leadership,” she said.