Jamiat Ulema Islam (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman has said that drone attacks are the biggest hurdle in establishing the peace in country.
“During meeting with American President Obama, Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif should made this clear to him that drone attacks are against the security and sovereignty of Pakistan”, Fazl said this On Wednesday, during meeting with central leaders of (JUI-F).
He said, drone attacks could not be tolerated, as they are open violation international laws as well as human rights also, while silence of international institutions on this issue is also condemnable.
Declaring report of Amnesty International on the issue of drone attacks as supportive argument of JUI-F stance Fazl said, it is disappointing that report of Amnesty International has been published so late.
“Drone attacks have destroyed the peace of Pakistani people while dual standards of international institutions and human rights organizations have wounded the peace”, he added.
He said, amnesty international report might had helped in saving the lives of hundreds of people if it had been published earlier, now PM should take realistic steps to stop the mass murders.
JUI-F chief stated, on one side amnesty international is declaring the drone attacks as sever violation of international law, but on the other side US government is declaring them completely as per international law.
“Severe resentment exists amongst tribesmen against drone attacks and no guarantee of peace could be given until they are stopped”, he concluded.