UN expresses concern over Muslim genocide in occupied Kashmir and New Delhi
UN expresses concern over Muslim genocide in occupied Kashmir and New Delhi! UN human rights chief Mitchell Bachelet has expressed deep concern over the situation in occupied Kashmir and New Delhi, warning Indian law enforcement agencies to treat the protesters gently while avoiding the use of force.
Addressing the 43rd meeting of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Chief Michel Bachelet has used power over demonstrators of serious human rights abuses and controversial citizenship bills since the elimination of special status in occupied Kashmir, according to the World News Agency But the Indian government has strongly condemned the statement that human rights suspension in Kashmir Valley and freedom of expression in New Delhi is being suppressed.
800 leaders and citizens are still undergoing trial
Referring to the situation in occupied Kashmir, Mitchell Bachelet said that since August 5, basic human rights have been suspended in the valley and more than 800 leaders and citizens are still undergoing trial.
Expressing concern over state repression and the use of force on protesters against the controversial citizenship bill in New Delhi, the head of the UN Human Rights Council said that the safety and security of Muslims’ lives and property should be ensured. It may be recalled that in Delhi, agitated Hindu groups and police tortured Muslims and tortured Muslim citizens in a violent manner, resulting in the death of 42 people.