Violence on minority minorities in India is growing from political agenda: UN

Violence on minority minorities in India is growing from political agenda: UN

Violence on minority minorities in India is growing from political agenda: UN

New York: United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachley has declared India’s political agenda as violence on minorities.

United Nations High Commissioner Michelle Bachley presented a annual report of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, which has warned India that the ‘dividing policy’ within the country could blow economic interests.

He said that due to a political agenda in India, the weak segment is already in difficulty and is receiving information that according to the incidents of violence on minority minorities in India, especially Muslims, Dalits and tribesmen exploit Growing up

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In the report, the High Commissioner expressed anxiety about the use of Pak-India tension, the problems of occupied Kashmir, the protest against the citizens of the equality, the citizens’ violence and violence.

He said, “I invite Pakistan and India, both of them come to my office and review all the matters, talk about human rights issues so that any solution can be resolved.”

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