Geneva: The ongoing 43rd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council has been witnessing protests against Pakistan for its purgatory actions on its citizens and especially the minorities.
A group of Hindus from India and Pakistan came out in support of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) during a protest seeking justice for minorities in Pakistan at Broken Chair in front of the UN office in Geneva.
They demanded justice for Hindu, Christian and other minorities in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.
One of the protesters from the United Kingdom Kuldeep Shekhawat said, ” We have protested against Pakistan outside its high commission in London. Now, we decided to come to the United Nations to bring it to their attention that Christian women, Hindu women are being abducted and married to Muslims in Pakistan, which is absolutely bizarre.”
“The CAA is not a discriminatory law. It is a law passed by the government of India in the house of Parliament. It has been passed by both the houses democratically. How can the United Nations even think about it?,” he added.