India Slams Pakistan For Misusing UNHRC, Says ‘introspect Grave Human Rights Situation’

After Pakistan raked up the Kashmir issue at the 45th session of UN Human Rights Council, India on Monday exercised its Right of Reply. Calling out Pakistan for its misuse of the UNHRC forum, India slammed the country’s audacity to accuse others of effecting a state-sponsored genocide.

Maintaining the revocation of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir does not have any external ramifications, the Indian side observed that people have marched ahead despite Pakistan’s “nefarious attempt” to derail peace and prosperity.

India highlights human rights violations in Pakistan

Thereafter, India highlighted the fact that Pakistan not only emerged out of religious fundamentalism but also witnessed assassinations, coups, and puppets running the show. Drawing the attention of the Council to the crimes against humanity in the neighbouring country, it stated that enforced disappearances, state violence, forced mass displacement, extrajudicial killings, army operations, torture camps, detention centres, and military camps are regular features in Balochistan.

The Indian side mentioned that there is no information on the fate of 47,000 Baloch persons and 35,000 Pashtuns who are missing. Moreover, it added that sectarian violence had claimed more than 500 Hazara lives in Balochistan, forcing more than 1,00,000 Hazaras to flee Pakistan.

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