India slams Pak at UNHRC over ‘malicious propaganda’ on SC’s verdict on Ayodhya
   Date :30-Nov-2019
GENEVA
INDIA on Thursday lambasted Pakistan over its statement at the United Nations Human Rights Council on Supreme Court’s verdict on Ayodhya land dispute case and asked the country to rather work constructively and positively for education and upliftment of its own minorities instead of spewing lies for a self serving malicious propaganda.
Exercising India’s right to reply in response to the statement delivered by Pakistan at the 12th session of Forum of Minority Issues, Indian diplomat Vimarsh Aryan noted that the religious, ethnic, sectarian and linguistic minorities in Pakistan have suffered an immense infringement of their fundamental human rights due to the so-called blasphemy laws.

 
Vimarsh Aryan 
 
“India is a robust democracy where independent and effective constitutional mechanisms are in place to safeguard interests of all our citizens including religious and linguistic minorities and we strongly reject Pakistan’s reference to our judicial decisions,” Aryan said. “It is widely known that in Pakistan, the religious, racial, ethnic, sectarian and linguistic minorities have suffered an immense infringement of their fundamental rights due to the so-called blasphemy laws,” he added.