Now, Pak transgenders take to streets to protest against U.S. drone strikes
Islamabad, July 31 (ANI): After political and religious groups, it is now the transgender community of Pakistan's Sukkur city who has come out to protest against U.S. drone strikes, and the reopening of the NATO supply routes.
Sanam Fakir, who heads a welfare trust, led the protestors. Fakir condemned drone strikes in Pakistan's tribal areas, saying that thousands of innocent men, women and children have been targeted in the "merciless" drone strikes, but the government has not taken any concrete steps to stop them, reports The Express Tribune.
Pakistan has time and again condemned the drone strikes aimed at the country's tribal region. The U.S., however, insists that drone attacks are essential to eliminate militants living in the safe havens of Pakistan's tribal areas. (ANI)
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