Troubled by the atrocities of the Pakistan army, minorities in the country have now begun demanding a separate country. Taking to the streets, scores of people in Pakistan have said they would intensify their demand for a separate nation if the situation in the country does not improve.
On Friday, a big rally was organised by Pashtuns in Pakistan, in front of the Supreme Court of Islamabad.
At the rally, Pashtun leader Manzoor Pashteen was seen challenging the army, saying they would continue to demand a separate country.
“Pakistan’s leaders are the slaves of army generals,” Pashteen was heard saying during the rally.
“The Pakistan Army is also behind the Taliban who are attacking different areas of Pakistan. The atrocities against Pashtuns should be stopped and the Pakistan army should stop the Taliban immediately,” he said.
“If you are unable to run Pakistan properly, you’ll have to face the same problems every day which would force us to demand independence,” Pashteen said during the Friday rally.
Several other prominent ministers, who were also a part of the Friday rally in Pakistan, were seen accusing the country’s army of terrorist attacks within the borders.