The author A.A. v. Denmark in a violation of articles 6,7 of CCPR Convention and articles 18, 33 of the Refugee Convention.
In 2022, the Danish Immigration Service refused Pakistani citizen A.A. in an asylum status. This decision was uphold by the Danish Refugee Board.
The author applied for asylum on grounds of risk of persecution upon return to his home country Pakistan due to his Ahmadiyya faith. The Ahmadiyya Muslims are not allowed to call themselves muslims in Pakistan, because the government and mullah have decided that Ahmadiyya are not muslims.
The author has been beaten and subjected to threats and tortured because of his Ahmadiyya faith. The numerous violations against Ahmadiyya believers remained unchanged in the living area of the author in Pakistan and the situation even worsened.
The pleading to CCPR has been presented on violation of articles 6,7 of CCPR Convention (non-refoulement) and articles 18, 33 of the Refugee Convention.
While the case is under consideration by the CCPR, A.A. will not be deported.
5. July 2023