India hits out at Pakistan at UN in Geneva

March 12 : India at the United Nations in Geneva has accused Pakistan of giving continued support to cross border terrorism and said that Islamabad has illegally occupied parts of Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir and people in PoK are suffering because of systematic Army persecution and denial of basic rights.

Mini Kumam, First Secretary, Permanent Mission of India to UN during 40th Session of UNHRC in Geneva said, “Pakistan’s continued support to cross border terrorism is the main challenge to protecting the human rights of our citizens in the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir.”

Indian diplomat and First Secretary in the Permanent Mission of India in Geneva Mini Devi Kumam said, “Pakistan is known to international community for its acts of aggression,harbouring safe havens for terrorists,military court trying civilians,harassment of minorities through blasphemy law,forced conversions and marriages of minorities.”

In Sindh, Balochistan & Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, mass cases of enforced disappearances in north western Pak,state-sponsored extreme prejudices,religious intolerance & attacks on Muslim minorities, such as Shias, Ahmadiyas and Hazaras.

“We deeply regret Pakistan’s misuse of Council for its ritual of raking up malicious propaganda against India,” she said.”Confirmation of using UN proscribed terror organization, Jaish-e-Mohammad, as an instrument of state policy by Pakistani military or political leadership is already in public domain.”

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