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Tuesday, 10 September 2019

Indian team will counter Pakistan's claims on human rights in UNHRC

Indian team will counter Pakistan's claims on human rights in UNHRC


The high-level of an Indian delegation is in Geneva to counter Pakistani claims of human rights violations in Kashmir at the 42nd session of the UN Human Rights Council. This delegation is interacting with representatives and groups of various countries and making them aware of Pakistani propaganda. Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan Ajay Bisaria is leading this delegation. Pakistan downgraded diplomatic relations and sent them back. The delegation also includes former Vijay Thakur, secretary. The Indian delegation recently met United Nations Human Rights Council High Commissioner Michelle Bashelt and apprised them of the situation in Jammu and Kashmir after Article 370 was removed.

India-Pakistan should respect the human rights of Kashmiris

In his opening speech to the 42nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, Bachelet said on Monday that his office was receiving frequent reports on the state of human rights on both sides of the Line of Control. He added, 'I am deeply concerned by the impact of the recent action of the Indian government on human rights of Kashmiris, including restrictions on internet communication and peaceful gathering of people and the detention of local political leaders and activists.

I again request the governments of India and Pakistan to ensure respect and protection of human rights. I particularly appeal to India to relax the current restrictions or curfews, ensure basic amenities to the people and respect the proper rights of those who have been detained. ' On the National Civil Register (NRC) of Assam, Bachelet appealed to the Government of India to ensure proper adherence to the appeal process, to prevent people from being repatriated or detained, and to prevent people from being stateless.

Pak said the statement of Bachelet is according to their stance 

According to the Prater, the spokesman of the Pakistani Foreign Ministry in Islamabad termed the statement of Baschellet as per the attitude of his country. Subsequently, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan also tweeted that he welcomed the growing concern and concern by the international community, global leaders, the UN Secretary-General and the United Nations Human Rights Chief demanding the lifting of the ban in Kashmir from India. He said that now is the time for action. The international community can no longer be indifferent to human rights abuses by Indian security forces.

Pakistan exposed to the world
Indian team will counter Pakistan's claims on human rights in UNHRC

Posters and banners highlighting human rights violations have been placed in Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan, in front of the 42nd session of the ongoing UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. A tent has also been set up in which a special documentary on the Baloch massacre will be displayed. Several meetings will also be held in the tent, in which human rights activists, members of the European Parliament and other NGOs will participate.

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