Burney for ‘no-war’ treaty between India, Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Chairman of Ansar Burney Trust International and former federal minister for human rights, Ansar Burney, has requested the governments of India and Pakistan to sign without any further delay ‘no-war treaty for peace’ in the region in the greater interest of human dignity.
According to a press release on Saturday, United Nations former expert adviser on human rights, Ansar Burney, offered to invite premiers of India and Pakistan to London or in UAE or at Islamabad or Delhi as his guests and in the very greater interest of peace and human dignity so that the two governments could sit together and sign ‘no-war treaty’ with sincerity to save human dignity in the region.
“We do not want any more bloodshed or war in this beautiful earth of God, and would love to see love and peace on the boarders,” Burney added.
He also offered to play any role and give any sacrifice to save humanity and bring peace in the region.