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Pakistan Fails To Move Resolution On Kashmir At UNHRC Meet

Geneva: In one other setback in its makes an attempt to boost the Kashmir challenge on the international stage, Pakistan couldn’t file any decision on the problem on the ongoing UN Human Rights Council assembly right here.

Thursday afternoon (1 p.m. native time) was the deadline for submitting resolutions on the UNHRC’s 42nd assembly, which started on September 9 and goes on until September 27 and no Pakistani decision was filed to this point.

India and Pakistan had confronted off earlier this month on the assembly.

On the second day of the assembly, Pakistan Overseas Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, who was main his nation’s delegation, raked up the problem of Jammu and Kashmir.

Citing the restrictions imposed and detention of political leaders amongst different issues, he mentioned that Kashmir had been transformed into the “largest prison” with folks being denied entry to fundamental facilities.

India’s counter offensive to Pakistan on the prime human rights physique on September 10 was led by its Secretary (East) within the Ministry of Exterior Affairs Vijay Thakur Singh, who firmly put forth India’s stance on Kashmir and rebutted Pakistan’s shrill allegations of human rights violations.

Flanked by former Indian Excessive Commissioner in Pakistan Ajay Bisaria, who was expelled by Islamabad after India revoked particular standing for Kashmir, Singh informed the UNHRC that there was a must name out those that are misusing it for “malicious political agenda under the garb of human rights”.

She additionally later met UN Excessive Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet and briefed her on the steps taken by New Delhi to result in normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir.

Singh additionally conveyed to Bachelet about India’s issues on the threats posed by cross-border terror emanating from Pakistan.

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