Zafar urges int’l institutions to send relief goods for Rohingya Muslims

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ISLAMABAD, Sept 6 (APP): Special Assistant to Prime Minister
Barrister Zafarullah Khan has said that the affected
Muslims in Rohingya direly needed relief goods and international institutions should provide services for their help.
The affected Muslims in Rohingya needed water, shelter,
medicine and food, he said while talking to a news channel.
Condemning the brutalities on Rohingya Muslims, he said “It
is a big human tragedy.”
He urged the international community to avoid double
standard on human rights issues and take notice of Rohingya
genocide.
He said the matter would be raised in the parliament.
Barrister Zafarullah said that foreign office had given
reaction over the issue of Rohingya Muslims.
To a question, he said that China could play vital role in
resolving this matter.