NEW DELHI: A day after the UN human rights chief highlighted human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir. India said Her “unreasonable words” did not reflect reality.
On Monday, September 13, Michel Bachelet, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, The Human Rights Council opened its 48th session with the latest information on the global human rights situation. in her words Bachelet revealed that her office was finishing soon.
Allegations of Serious Human Rights Violations in China’s Xinjiang Province She also addressed her concerns about problematic practices in different countries. From the Central African Republic to Palestine In India, she noted that “Restricting public gatherings and frequent pauses in communication It continues in Jammu and Kashmir.
While hundreds of people are still imprisoned for exercising their right to freedom of expression. And journalists face ever-increasing pressure.” She also appears to criticize the multilateral approach to promoting human rights worldwide. But it insists that the best way is to get involved with the state in question. As a general rule, with rare exceptions, India did not vote in favor of country-specific resolutions.
“We believe that the promotion and protection of human rights is best done through dialogue, consultation and cooperation between States as well as through the provision of technical assistance and capacity building. Any shortfalls in upholding human rights must be addressed transparently and objectively for the sake of national sovereignty and without interference in the internal affairs of nations,” Sandhu added.
During the joint debate on the High Commissioner’s oral update, MEA (west) secretary Reenat Sandhu said, “We took note of India in the High Commissioner’s oral update and expressed our disappointment. me about her unwarranted remarks about the Jammu and Kashmir Territorial Union, which do not reflect the ground reality”.