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Not a satire: Parody country Pakistan has a ‘Ministry of Human Rights’, the ministry is now whining against Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra, whose earnings from movies and endorsement deals might as well be greater than Pakistan's annual budget for many of its ministeries, is yet to issue any statement over the issue.

Pakistan has reduced itself to an international joke after its juvenile rants and shameful tantrums failed to generate even an iota of international support. The country, its diplomats, and even its government have been continuously exposing their insecure, and the obsessive tendency of issuing empty threats and imaginary bravado after India stripped the Article 370 and bifurcated the state of Jammu and Kashmir into two UTs.

After exhausting their stock of whiny appeals and idiotic rants against India on social media, the sad excuse of a country is now attempting to vent its frustrations on an Indian actress who happens to be a UN goodwill ambassador.

Pakistan has a Ministry of Human rights. Surprising as it may sound, the concerned minister who has apparently been deaf and blind to all the human rights violations in their own country, has appealed to the UN and whined against Priyanka Chopra.

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In a letter to the UNICEF chief Henrietta Forte, Pakistan’s Minister of Human Rights Shireen Mazari has alleged that the Indian government is carrying out a campaign of ethnic cleansing of Kashmiri Muslims and running ‘Nazi’ style detention centres in Assam. She has further taken words from her boss Imran Khan’s tweets and blamed the Modi government for things such as ‘genocide’, ‘fascism’ and ‘racism’.

Mazari has further claimed that Priyanka Chopra, the Bollywood actress who now lives mostly in the USA with her husband Nick Jonas, has been supporting all this and also has supported the ‘nuclear threat to Pakistan made by India’s defence minister. Mazari has further alleged that the UN allowing Priyanka to be a goodwill ambassador despite all this is undermining the credibility of the United Nations.

Mazari has urged the UNICEF chief to ‘denotify’ Chopra as a UN goodwill ambassador.

It is notable here that recently a Muslim woman of Pakistani origin had accused Priyanka Chopra of supporting a nuclear war against Pakistan at an event in the US.

The woman’s rant against Priyanka was also based on Priyanka’s tweet in support of Indian Armed Forces that said ‘Jai Hind’ after the Indian Air Force has bombed a terrorist camp inside Pakistan’s Balakot in February. She had also accused Priyanka of supporting a ‘nuclear war’ against Pakistan.

The Pakistani minister has now mixed the woman’s accusations against Priyanka and clubbed it with a recent statement of India’s defence minister Rajnath Singh where he had stated that India’s nuclear policy of ‘No First Use’ may be changed in future if the situation demands.

It is rather a sad spectacle that the Pakistani government has based their argument over a months-old tweet that said ‘Jai Hind’ praising the Indian Air Force and is now trying to pull its resources to oust an actress from the position of a UN goodwill ambassador.

It is not even the first time that the Pakistanis have tried to vent their frustrations on Priyanka Chopra. Back when she had tweeted in IAF’s support, there were also demands from Pakistan to oust her from the UN goodwill ambassador list.

Priyanka Chopra, whose earnings from movies and endorsement deals might as well be greater than Pakistan’s annual budget for many of its ministeries, is yet to issue any statement over the issue.

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