Not Just Rahul Gandhi, Pak Letter to UN Quotes these ruling Indian ministers too!
Pakistan has not only used Congress's Rahul Gandhi's name in its letter to the United Nations, over the alleged human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir, It has also referred to the ruling BJP; the document also names Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and BJP MLA from Uttar Pradesh Vikram Saini, citing their remarks on Kashmiri women.
The letter, under a section titled 'Gender-based Violence as a Weapon of War’, mentioned a video featuring BJP MLA from Uttar Pradesh Vikram Saini, who reportedly said: “Muslim party workers should rejoice in the new provisions. They can now marry the white-skinned women of Kashmir.”
Mr Khattar's remarks, referring to similar comments, were also quoted. "Some people are now saying that as Kashmir is open, brides will be brought from there. But jokes apart, if (the gender) ratio is improved, then there will be right balance in society," the letter quoted him as saying.
The BJP leaders' remarks about Kashmiri women were severely criticised by the opposition and rights activists.
HR Minister Dr @ShireenMazari1 wrote a detailed letter to 18 UN Special Procedures mandate-holders (Rapporteurs) on massive violations of International Human Rights Law by the Government of India in IOK#KashmirSeeksAttention @pid_gov @RadioPakistan @UNHumanRights pic.twitter.com/Qe7htLUTKF— Ministry of Human Rights Government of Pakistan (@mohrpakistan) August 28, 2019
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