The United Nations Human Rights Expert Group has given a statement in the Khori village case of Faridabad. In which the order of the Supreme Court has been described as worrying. India termed this statement as ‘unfortunate’.
India slams UN expert group’s remarks as ‘unfortunate’ – symbolic picture
UN on Faridabad Khori Village Matter: India on Saturday termed as “unfortunate” and “abuse of office” the remarks made by the UN Human Rights Expert Group on the Khori village case in Faridabad and said they should be prevented from undermining the rule of law in any democratic society. Refrain from. The group called on the Indian government to stop the evacuation of about 100,000 people from Khori village.
The Permanent Mission of India in Geneva and other international organizations said in a statement, “It is unfortunate that only two days after the joint statement was sent to this mission, the Special Rapporteur decided to issue a press release and will continue till the response.” Didn’t even wait.’ UN human rights experts on Friday called on India not to remove nearly 100,000 people as part of an encroachment drive in Khori village of Faridabad.
Termed the court’s order ‘worrying’
It had said that keeping residents safe during the pandemic is especially important and the Supreme Court’s order to evacuate people is ‘extremely worrying’ (Khori Village Faridabad). After this this statement has come to the fore. The experts had said in a statement, “We find it extremely worrying that the Supreme Court of India, which has taken the lead in the protection of housing rights in the past, is now ordering evictions as has happened in Khori village. .’
Statement came in Stan Swamy case
“It is also unfortunate that the Special Rapporteurs have made derogatory remarks against the Supreme Court of India,” the Indian mission said. Doing so by Special Rapporteurs is an abuse of office which hurts the credibility of such institutions. Earlier, a UN human rights expert said that she was shocked to learn about the death of Pastor Stan Swamy in custody (UN on Faridabad Khori Village Matter). He said there was “no reason” for the defender of human rights to be denied his rights and that his death will always be a blot on India’s human rights record.
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