Washington DC (US), July 22 (ANI): Protesters from Muttahida Qasmi Movement (MQM) and other minority groups held protest in Washington DC. They protested during Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit to the United States (US). The demonstration brought together a range of campaigners who travelled from all around the United States only to protest against the oppression by the Pakistani state, human rights violations and state-sponsored atrocities against the oppressed minorities in Pakistan. Their placards read, "No more blank cheques for Pakistani Army" and "Protect Minority Rights in Pakistan". While speaking to ANI, one of the protestors said, "We are protesting here so that President Trump does not give Imran Khan any promises or commitments regarding money or any other reason to kill innocent people like the Mohajirs, Pashtuns, Sindh's and Balochs."