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Tuesday, March 3, 2020

The United Nations Human Rights Commission reached the Supreme Court against CAA, India objected

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The United Nations Human Rights Commission reached the Supreme Court against CAA, India objected

The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has approached the Supreme Court of India against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). This information was provided to the UNHRC High Commissioner to India. India has been vehemently opposed to this move of the UNHRC. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has stated that 'this is an internal matter of India'. No foreign party has the right to go to court on issues of Indian sovereignty. '

Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar (Ravish Kumar) said, "Our permanent mission in Geneva, UNHRC High Commissioner yesterday evening filed a petition in the Supreme Court of India regarding his 2019 citizenship." Amendment Act (CAA). The intervention application was filed. '

'We have full confidence in our independent judiciary'
Kumar said that the Citizenship Amendment Act is an internal matter of India and is the sovereign right of the Indian Parliament to make laws. We firmly believe that no foreign power has control over issues relating to Indian sovereignty.

The Foreign Ministry spokesman said: 'We stand firm that the CAA is constitutionally confident and complies with all the requirements of our constitutional values. This is the result of our long-standing national code for human rights issues that arise after the tragedy of the partition of India. He said India is a democratic country with the rule of law. We all have complete confidence in our independent judiciary. We believe that our strong legal stance on this issue will be proven in the Supreme Court. '

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