Pakistan minorities launch anti-Pak protests in New York

27 Sep 2019 10:48 AM

Pakistan minorities launch anti-Pak protests in New York

Updated 27 Sep 2019 10:48 AM

Hundreds of taxis and trucks appeared on the busy streets of New York on Thursday morning displaying atrocities against minorities in Pakistan. The yellow taxicabs and mini trucks carrying rooftop digital advertising highlighted the plight and miseries that minorities are facing in Pakistan.
The campaign launched just ahead of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's scheduled address to the UN General Assembly on Friday has been launched by a US-based advocacy group, Voice of Karachi. Some ads seen on the taxis and trucks plying around the UN headquarters said, "Pakistan: A country in denial of UN charter on Human rights" and "Mohajirs demand the UN intervention in Pakistan."

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