Pulwama attack condemned by the top UN human rights official

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March 13, 2019 by
Pulwama attack condemned by the top UN human rights official

The current Pulwama attack in Jammu and Kashmir was condemned by the top authorities of the UN civil rights to take an appropriate activity. Michelle Bachelet who is the High Commissioner of United Nations for civils rights felt extremely depressing for the people who shed their lives. The self-destruction bomb strike that took place on February 14 at Pulwama in Jammu as well as Kashmir was condemned by Rupert Colville who is the speaker for the OHCHR.

Around 40 soldiers were killed and numerous others were left terminally ill. The Pulwama assault was prepared by the Jaish-e-Mohammed team. 7 individuals were killed in Pulwama’s Pinglan area throughout a significant experience on Monday. Two JeM terrorists, an army major and a Pakistani commander who was involved in the Pulwama attack were among them. Rupert Colville stated that the High Commissioner was stressed over the records from India. The records said that the Pulwama strike was being used as reason for physical violence as well as dangers that targeted Kashmiri individuals who lived in various areas of India. The defense of the Kashmiri individuals by the officials has actually been guided by Rajnath Singh. Rupert Colville said that the actions required to safeguard people were acknowledged.


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