UN High Commissioner expresses concern over the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir, calls for an end to human rights violations, continuous sanctions, lockdowns and crackdowns in the Valley

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UN High Commissioner expresses concern over the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir, calls for an end to human rights violations, continuous sanctions, lockdowns and crackdowns in the Valley

Expressing concern over the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir, the UN High Commissioner has called for serious human rights violations, permanent sanctions, lockdowns and a crackdown against forces in the valley. The Human Rights Council held its fifth meeting in Geneva under the Commissioner of Human Rights, in which participants discussed several important points. UN High Commissioner expressed deep concern over human rights violations of Kashmiris in Jammu and Kashmir. He also expressed concern over the arrest of civilians, including communication and the Internet, peaceful gatherings and local political leadership. According to sources, Kashmir was mentioned at a UN human rights meeting in the UN when the High Commissioner for Human Rights called on the Government of India to ease curfew and sanctions in Kashmir. Addressing Kashmir during the Ninth World Summit, the UN High Commissioner in Kashmir said, “My office has information about the human rights situation from both sides of the Line of Control. Mitchell Bachelet has called on the governments of both Pakistan and India to protect human rights. So that people can have basic facilities. “Peaceful gatherings include the Internet, communication systems and people Human rights, such as the ban, have been impacted and the arrest of local political leaders and activists has come in. They also demanded that it be important that the Kashmiris have their say in such decision-making. “I call on the governments of India and Pakistan to respect and protect human rights or curfew.”

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