Pulwama attack condemned by the top UN human rights official

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March 13, 2019 by

The current Pulwama strike in Jammu as well as Kashmir was condemned by the leading official of the UN human rights to take a suitable activity. Michelle Bachelet that is the High Commissioner of United Nations for human rights felt extremely unfortunate for the people that lost their lives. The suicide bomb attack that happened on February 14 at Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir was condemned by Rupert Colville who is the spokesperson for the OHCHR.

Around 40 soldiers were eliminated and also several others were left terminally ill. The Pulwama attack was prepared by the Jaish-e-Mohammed group. 7 people were eliminated in Pulwama’s Pinglan area throughout a major encounter on Monday. Two JeM terrorists, a military major and a Pakistani commander that was associated with the Pulwama strike were among them. Rupert Colville said that the High Commissioner was fretted about the records from India. The reports claimed that the Pulwama assault was being used as justification for physical violence and threats that targeted Kashmiri individuals that lived in different regions of India. The protection of the Kashmiri people by the officials has been directed by Rajnath Singh. Rupert Colville said that the activities required to secure people were acknowledged.

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