India expressed concern in UNHRC on the situation in Afghanistan, said this on terrorist groups like Lashkar and Jaish

United Nations. India said in the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Tuesday that as a neighbor of Afghanistan, the current situation there is a matter of deep concern for us. Along with this, India said in clear words that the security situation in Afghanistan continues to be dangerous, causing a terrible humanitarian crisis and for this immediate steps need to be taken.

After the Taliban’s occupation in Afghanistan again after 20 years, India also spoke about the future government there. “We look forward to an inclusive and comprehensive mechanism in which all sections of Afghan society are represented,” India said at the UNHRC. India also stressed on protecting the voices of Afghan women, the aspirations of Afghan children and the rights of minorities before the world community.

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In the wake of threats from terrorist organizations such as Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed after the Taliban’s rule in Afghanistan, India expressed hope that the situation in Afghanistan will not pose a challenge to its neighbors and that its soil will not be used by terrorist groups. Will be done.

India said at the UNHRC, “We, as the international community, must ensure the full support of the Afghan people’s desire for peace, stability and security.” We urge all concerned to allow barrier-free access to international aid to those in need.

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