At the 45th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Senthil Kumar, the first secretary of the Indian Permanent Mission, completely washed away Pakistan, in response to India’s North Wright. Senthil, while raising the issue of human rights violations against minorities in Pakistan, said that the number of religious minorities in Pakistan was 23 per cent in 1947, which has now come down to a very low level, which is a matter of great concern. Demographics are being changed in Pakistan-occupied Jammu and Kashmir by removing real Kashmiris.
Raising the issue of Balochistan, Senthil Kumar said, “Forced disappearances, government violence, forced migration, exploitation, extrajudicial killings, military operations, atrocities, shootings, torture camps, detention centers, military camps, etc. are commonplace.”
“I would like to draw the council’s attention to the plight of Pakistan’s ethnic and religious minorities,” said Senthil Kumar. He added that Pakistan should remember that terrorism is the worst form of violation of human rights and humanity before promoting it to others. The world needs no lessons on human rights from a country known as the nursery and center of terrorism.
Since the late 1980s, Pakistani military installations have used the youth of Jammu and Kashmir to join various terrorist proxies such as Hizbul Mujahideen, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed: Junaid Qureshi, Director of the European Foundation pic.twitter.com/RCN9iWjctw
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On the other hand, Junaid Qureshi, director of the South Asian Studies for European Foundation, also unveiled Pakistan from this platform. “Since the late 1980s, the Pakistan Army has been using the youth of Jammu and Kashmir to use its terrorist organizations Hizbul Mujahideen, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad.” Can Pakistan be allowed to go even further, when it has destroyed our social infrastructure, ordered the killing of thousands of my Kashmiri comrades, used our youth as a reprimand in proxy war and encouraged our autonomy through its terror policy? He has continued to try to weaken. ”