New Delhi, 15/9: India has once again presented the real picture of Pakistan to the world in the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). India has said in the UNHRC- ‘Pakistan is openly supporting terrorists as a state policy. Pakistan has failed to protect the rights of its minorities including Sikhs, Hindus, Christians and Ahmadis.
Earlier, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Monday described the use of UAPA in India and the “repeated” temporary suspension of communication services in Jammu and Kashmir as “worrisome”. On this, India on Tuesday expressed disappointment over the inappropriate remarks made by the UNHRC chief on Jammu and Kashmir, saying that his comments do not reflect the ground reality.
India has already put the truth in front of the world
In fact, India has been exposing Pakistan’s actions in the Human Rights Council earlier. India is constantly trying to make the world aware of the truth on the bad condition of minorities in Pakistan.
Foreign Minister expressed concern over the situation in Afghanistan at the United Nations
At a high-level meeting of the United Nations, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar has drawn the world’s attention to the crisis of poverty, including human rights, in Afghanistan. He said that India stands firmly with the Afghan people in this hour of need. In the meeting S. Jaishankar has told the whole system of Afghanistan after the arrival of Taliban rule.