Expressing deep concern over the issue, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, OHCHR, it said, the seems to accord legitimacy to terrorism.
Foreign Office Spokesman Raveesh Kumar said, the statement is in complete variance with UN Security Council positions which had strongly condemned, the dastardly Pulwama terror attack in February this year and subsequently proscribed the self-styled leader of terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed, Masood Azhar.
The Spokesman said, a situation created by years of cross-border terrorist attacks emanating from Pakistan has been analyzed without any reference to its causality.
Foreign Office Spokesman Raveesh Kumar said this seems to be a contrived effort to create an artificial parity between the world’s largest and the most vibrant democracy and a country that openly practices state-sponsored terrorism.
Spokesman Raveesh Kumar pointed out that the report’s failure to recognize an independent judiciary, human rights institutions and other mechanisms in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir that safeguard, protect and promote constitutionally guaranteed fundamental rights to all citizens of India is unpardonable.