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Mar 10, 2018
9:10PM

India slams Pakistan at UNHRC for harbouring terrorist like Hafiz Saeed

India has lambasted Pakistan for harbouring the United Nations designated terrorists like Hafiz Saeed.

Responding to Islamabad's bid to raise the Kashmir issue at the UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva, Second Secretary at the India's UN Mission, Mini Devi Kumam said, in gross violation of a Council resolution, the UN-designated terrorists like Hafiz Saeed are freely operating with State support, and are being politically mainstreamed in Pakistan.

Urging the Council to call on Pakistan to end cross border infiltration, to dismantle special terrorist zones, safe havens and sanctuaries, Ms Kuman said terrorism is the grossest violation of human rights.

She said India await credible action by the Government of Pakistan to bring all those involved in the 2008 Mumbai attack and the 2016 Pathankot and Uri attacks to justice.

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