Drone Attacks from 2004 to 2008 were Approved by Pakistani Govt,UN

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New York: United Nations claimed that Drone Attacks on Pakistan’s tribal areas between June 2004 and June 2008 was approved by Pakistan’s military spy agency and Leadership.

UN Special Representative Bill amrsn nyjmay kujnrl presented the report the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that since 2004, in FATA there were 330 drone attacks in which 2,200 people were killed and 600 were injured. these attacks have also killed 400 civilians and 200 combatants who were not militants.These attacks violate Pakistan’s airspace.

the report issued after the recent visit of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to the US in which Nawaz Sharif said that the U.S. drone attacks are against law.Amrsn 24-page report said that there is evidence that between 2004 and 2008 Drone attacks in tribal areas Pakistani military and intelligence agencies were involved.

Social Humanitarian and Cultural Committee of the General Assembly, while addressing a meeting of Pakistan’s permanent envoy Masood Khan said that these U.S. drone attacks are seriously human rights violation.He demanded that actual figures of U.S. drone attack deaths should be brought.

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