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Pakistan has no comment on Nizami’s death sentence
Observer Online Desk
Publish Date : 2014-10-31,  Publish Time : 21:42,  View Count : 21
Pakistan has no intention to make any comment on Bangladesh’s internal affairs, including the death sentence to Jamaat ameer and war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami, said a Pakistan official.

It, however, noted on comments and reports of the international community and the human rights organisations about the war crimes trial processes.

“We’re mindful of the developments in Bangladesh…we don’t comment on the internal matters in other countries,” said Tasnim Aslam Khan, Spokesperson of Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

She made the remark when a journalist at a weekly briefing in Islamabad wanted to know whether Pakistan would launch a protest with Bangladeshi authorities following death sentence of war criminal and top Jamaat leader Motiur Rahman Nizami.

The journalist also wanted to know why this is happening and why Pakistan has been quite silent on this matter, according to Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


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