- In the OIC meeting, Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan has given a shameful statement in defense of Taliban
- Imran links Taliban’s denial of girls to school with cultural sensitivity
- Western countries are not recognizing the Afghan government for not giving human rights to girls
In the meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) held to discuss the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan has given a shameful statement in defense of the Taliban. Imran linked the Taliban’s denial of girls to school and discrimination against women with cultural sensitivity. In fact, despite all the efforts of Pakistan, western countries are still not recognizing the Afghan government because of not giving human rights to women and girls.
For this reason, once again Imran Khan has openly defended Taliban terrorists from the platform of OIC. He said that every society has different thinking in the matter of human rights. The Pashtuns of Pakistan, who are very close to the Taliban, have a different culture in cities and villages. Similarly in Afghanistan also. We provide financial assistance to parents to send girls to school in Peshawar.
Imran Khan also called for religion to help Taliban
Imran Khan said, ‘The culture of the city is completely different from the culture of the villages. If we are not sensitive to cultural norms, even if we give double the money to parents on the border of Afghanistan, they will not send their girls to school. We have to be sensitive about human rights and women’s rights. In this meeting of Islamic countries, Imran Khan also called for religion to help the Taliban.
The Pakistani PM said that if the world does not intervene, then the biggest human-made crisis will arise in Afghanistan. He said that it is our religious responsibility to help Afghanistan. The 17th special session of the Council of Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to discuss the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan began in Islamabad on Sunday. Representatives of Muslim countries, permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and various international organizations are participating in the meeting.
20 foreign ministers and 10 deputy foreign ministers attended the meeting
This meeting has been called on the proposal of Saudi Arabia. Official sources said that more than 70 delegates, including 20 foreign ministers and 10 deputy foreign ministers, are participating in the day-long conference. The country’s economy is facing a major crisis after the Taliban seized control of power in Kabul in mid-August, amid the withdrawal of US and NATO troops from war-torn Afghanistan.