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India scolded Pakistan in UN, said- Your people must be embarrassed – India TV Hindi

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India scolded Pakistan in UN, said- Your people must be embarrassed – India TV Hindi

India scolded Pakistan in UN said Your people must be embarrassed- India TV Hindi

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India scolded Pakistan in UN

India lashed out at Pakistan in the 55th high-level session of the United Nations Human Rights Council. During this, India’s first secretary Anupama Singh said, a country which has institutionalized the systemic oppression of its own minorities, whose human rights track is very poor, has no right to comment on India. On Wednesday, during the 55th regular session of the United Nations Human Rights, Anupama Singh exercised the right to reply.

India scolded Pakistan

During this, he said that it is extremely regrettable that the platform of the Council was repeatedly misused by Pakistan to openly propagate false allegations. He said, Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh are an integral part of India and it is an inseparable part. The constitutional measures taken by the Government of India to ensure socio-economic development and good governance in Jammu and Kashmir are an internal matter of India. Pakistan has no right to speak in the internal affairs of India.

Pakistan slapped in UN

Attacking Pakistan, he said that in August 2023, Pakistan had carried out large-scale atrocities against the minority Christian community in Jaranwala city. During this period, 19 churches were destroyed in Pakistan and houses of 89 Christians were burnt. It is contradictory for a country that harbors and even celebrates UNSC sanctioned terrorists to comment on India. We cannot pay much attention to a country which is in the red and the government has failed to serve the interests of its people. The terrorism sponsored by it would have made the blood red, the debt-laden balance sheet would have turned red, the people of Pakistan would have felt ashamed of their government.

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