Former Pakistani Premier Gillani, tells The Oslo Times, his own son was kidnapped 

Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani with the Editor-in-Chief of The Oslo Times,Hatef Mokhtar.

Dec 12, Oslo: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani, in a rendezvous with The Oslo Times International News Network’s Hatef Mokhtar, informed that he is a victim of human rights violation as his own son has been kidnapped, on Friday in Oslo.

The former premier informed that his own son had been kidnapped two years ago by a militant group,” and we are still waiting for our son”, he said before adding,” so I am that one person who does appreciate efforts made by Human Rights Activists and I know what Human Rights is about.”He further added that though the human rights situation in Pakistan is pretty dire the situation is improving. “We are going through a revolution, however the situation in Pakistan is improving, with each passing day,” he said. He also informed that they have set up a separate ministry for Human Rights, the media in Pakistan is completely free and the civil society is very active.

Gillani, further added that though the human rights situation in Pakistan is pretty dire the situation is improving. “We are going through a revolution, however the situation in Pakistan is improving, with each passing day,” he said. He further informed that they have set up a separate ministry for Human Rights, the media in Pakistan is completely free and the civil society is very active and they are handling cases of Human Rights violations well.

The former PM who was in Oslo for the Nobel Peace Prize award ceremony, where Malala was awarded with the award on December 10, said, “She has made us proud,we are proud of the girl who at the age of 17 is the youngest Nobel Laureate who has obtained this position.

Gillani, while talking about his visit to Norway stated that he finds the people of Norway really nice, ” they are lovely people, this is my second visit to Norway and we have a significant Pakistani community here so I think we can play an important role in the socio-economic development,” he said.

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