Another success of the International Human Rights Movement was brought to its knees the Sri Lankan government.
Sri Lankan government issues an order to immediately stop violating the religious values of the Muslim minority.
The International Human Rights Movement, led by Rana Busharat Ali Khan, staged a protest outside the United Nations against the posthumous burning of people infected with the corona virus and wrote a letter to the Sri Lankan Prime Minister to bury Muslims according to religious tradition. Succeeded in getting the right.
Rana Busharat Ali Khan had written a letter to Sri Lankan President Gotabai Rajapaksa and Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa demanding an immediate end to the burning of Muslim bodies in Sri Lanka due to the corona virus.
A protest against the burning of Muslim bodies took place on Thursday, December 24 at 2 pm after the UN office.
The religious beliefs of the Muslim minority continued to be violated by the Sri Lankan government and Rana Busharat Ali Khan protested outside the United Nations against the burning of Muslims who died due to the corona virus and wrote a letter to the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapaksa. Writing was demanded to stop this oppression.
Dr. Tahrir Shaukat, Director of Public Affairs, IHRM, played a key role in continuously highlighting this issue through the platform of the International Human Rights Movement and ensuring the observance of religious beliefs and rights of Muslims and the burial of Muslims. Forced them to back down from their intolerable policy.
The International Human Rights Movement has always been and will continue to be a voice for the protection of the rights and religious beliefs of not only Muslims but of all religions around the world.