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India’s Reply To Pakistan At The UN Human Rights Council

India’s Reply To Pakistan At The UN Human Rights Council

During the 55th Human Rights Council of the United Nations, India exercised its ‘Right to Reply’, delivering a firm response to Pakistan and Turkey regarding their remarks on Jammu and Kashmir. India’s First Secretary at the UN Human Rights Council, Anupama Singh, dismissed Pakistan’s allegations and criticized its human rights record as “truly abysmal”. She warned Turkey, emphasizing that Jammu and Kashmir is an internal matter for India, and unsolicited comments should be avoided.

Singh highlighted three aspects she described as Pakistan being “soaked in red”, the bloodshed from terrorism it sponsors globally, its debt-ridden national balance sheets, and the shame felt by its people due to government failures.

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India reiterated that Jammu, Kashmir, and Ladakh are integral parts of India, emphasizing constitutional measures for socio-economic development. Singh condemned Pakistan’s institutionalized persecution of minorities, citing incidents like the August 2023 Jaranwala issue, where churches were burned and Christian houses destroyed.

Regarding Turkey’s support for Pakistan’s stance, India issued a warning, expressing regret and urging Turkey to refrain from making unsolicited comments on India’s internal matters.

India reiterated the importance of a terrorism-free environment for regular ties with Pakistan, acknowledging Pakistan’s financial challenges like currency depreciation and inflation.


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