India on UN Human Rights Chiefs J&K Remark says Grassroots Democracy Revived – India's response to UN Human Rights Chief's statement on Jammu and Kashmir revived grassroots democracy


India regretted Michelle Bechlet's statement during a debate at the 45th session of the Human Rights Council


India said on Tuesday that despite repeated attempts by the neighboring country to infiltrate terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir and derail the democratic process, it has revived grassroots democracy in Jammu and Kashmir. And here has given pace to social and economic development. During a debate at the 45th session of the Human Rights Council here, Indra Mani Pandey, India's Permanent Representative, regretted the statement of UN Human Rights Chief Michelle Bachelet about the region.

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Pandey said that India is committed to upholding all human rights. He said that the human rights agenda and debate on it should be conducted in a fair and transparent manner while not interfering in the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country and the internal affairs of the country.

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Referring to the abolition of most of the provisions of Article 370 granting special status to Jammu and Kashmir in 2019, he said that due to this change, people of the Union Territory are acquiring the same fundamental rights as those in other parts of India. Are for the people of

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