Pakistan again raises Kashmir issue, India expresses objection

Pakistan again raises Kashmir issue, India expresses objection

United Nations
Pakistan once raised the issue of alleged human rights violation in the United Nations in Kashmir. If Pakistan lifted the issue of Kashmir + in front of the United Nations Information Committee, then India's objection has also been exposed. India has said that this matter is irrelevant to the Information Committee. Earlier, addressing the session of the Committee on Information Wednesday, Pakistan + Delgate Masood Anwar raised the issue and alleged that the human rights of the people of Kashmir are being violated.
Pakistan again raises Kashmir issue, India expresses
Pakistan again raises Kashmir issue, India expresses

Masood Anwar said, "The world in which we live today is surrounded by conflicts and controversies, although we maintain solidarity in fighting terrorism and extremism. It is necessary to oppose these contaminated ideologies. ' He said that the United Nations Public Information Department (DPI) could play an important role in removing the stress and restoring interdependence of harmony.

Masood Anwar asked the DPI to look into the places where the human rights violations are allegedly being reported. In this sequence, Anwar mentioned Rohingya, Kashmir and Palestine. India strongly objected to the references to Anwar regarding Kashmir, saying that this is irrelevant to the work of the committee.

Joint Secretary Bharat Mission S Sreenivas Prasad said that it was the exercise of distracting the issue from the agenda of the Committee on the second issue. He said that we completely dismiss these comments because there is no relevance in the work of their committee. Prasad further added that India opposes all kinds of terrorism and considers the cooperation of countries in the fight against terrorism as necessary.
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