Geneva: Human rights violations in Indian-occupied Kashmir to stop a series of UN Human Rights Commission meeting demand

Geneva: Human rights violations in Indian-occupied Kashmir to stop a series of UN Human Rights Commission meeting demand

Waterville : WA : USA | May 26, 2012 at 11:44 PM PDT
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Overview of the UN Human Rights Council during the emergency debate on human rights and humanitarian situation in Syria at the United Nations in Geneva

The United Nations headquarters in Human Rights Commission America, Canada, Britain, Australia, Italy, Norway, Turkey, France in occupied Kashmir, the human rights violations, expressed reservations on them to complete human rights and free support of their lives. Yesterday, the meeting of the International Human Rights Commission, R. India on the occasion of the meeting of the 90 countries took part in the discussion. Unfortunately in this important meeting of Pakistan to a person, not represent Pakistan. The P. R.India this meeting in India for Human Rights was convened to review. International Human Rights Commission in the human rights of these countries to review the P. R. started before the 2008 646 is this meeting has been held after 4 years held before the meeting that India and other countries lobbied in favor of each other and come to India was facing a challenge. The 70-member delegation led by the Attorney General of India was in. The tradition of the Kashmiris to Kashmir to centers for heads of the Indian delegation who were present in the meeting to questions and answers to break from the Indian delegation authoritative flustered. Chairman of the Kashmir center Brussels Barrister Abdul Majeed trmbu Professor Nazir shawl and human rights in occupied Kashmir, the situation of the UN member countries during meetings with diplomats of the human rights situation in Kashmir about the sheet and sent to the All Party group chairman of Kashmir Lord Nazeer Ahmed written letter sent to the diplomats. In this letter Lord Nazeer Ahmed, the human rights situation in occupied Kashmir different aspects of human rights was identified in the meeting of the council after hearing the different countries approach ¿brought forward to human rights and in India to improve the situation presented suggestions for membercountries in 2008 in the U. P. R. meeting have stressed the need to implement decisions and expressed their reservations said that custody deaths missing people in the armed forces, black laws power act and death as ban on issues. On this occasion, Barrister Abdul Majeed trmbu comment, said that the meeting of the P. R.India of items of great importance. Kashmir in which the centers in the atrocities on Kashmiris in the notice of the member countries.

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Geneva: Human rights violations in Indian-occupied Kashmir to stop a series of UN Human Rights Commission meeting demand
Geneva: Human rights violations in Indian-occupied Kashmir to stopa series of UN Human Rights Commission meeting demand.
SulmanKashif is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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