Proposal passed in UN on human rights violation in Sri Lanka

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UN News – Sri Lanka has received a major setback from the UN (United Nations). The UNHRC (United Nations Human Rights Council) resolution passed against Sri Lanka for human rights violations was passed. According to information received by World News superfast, out of the 47 member countries of the UNHRC, 22 supported the proposal, 11 voted against it. 14 countries abstained from voting. India decided not to vote, not supporting its neighboring country Sri Lanka. Here, China and Pakistan have voted in favor of Sri Lanka.

This decision of India may also have an impact on its relationship with Sri Lanka. In fact, Sri Lanka approached India long before the voting and appealed to vote against the proposal. India did not respond to Sri Lanka at that time.

Subramanian Swamy satirises the government’s decision

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy has denied the Indian government’s decision to abstain from voting. Swamy said on social media that the Modi government should write one of the best-selling books in the world. Its name will be, ‘How to pursue enemies by losing your friends’.

Actually, American author Dale Cornezi has a book called How to Win Friends and Influence the People. Swamy said that the Modi government’s book would be the answer. He said that we have lost Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka and are promoting China-Pakistan.

Elections in Tamil Nadu also become a factor in the vote of the government

In Sri Lanka, on the issue of human rights, the Government of India will take the middle path, these speculations were started long back. The issue of Sri Lankan Tamils ​​is very important to the people of South India and the assembly elections in Tamil Nadu are very close. The bill passed in the UNHRC included the human rights issue of Sri Lankan Tamils. The Sri Lankan government was appealing to vote against the proposal, but the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) was demanding a vote in its favor. TNA itself is representing Sri Lankan Tamils.

WORLD NEWS SUPERFASTUN News – Sri Lanka has received a major setback from the UN (United Nations). The UNHRC (United Nations Human Rights Council) resolution passed against Sri Lanka for human rights violations was passed. According to information received by World News superfast, out of the 47 member countries of the UNHRC, 22 supported the proposal, 11 voted against it. 14 countries abstained from voting. India decided not to vote, not supporting its neighboring country Sri Lanka. Here, China and Pakistan have voted in favor of Sri Lanka.This decision of India may also have an impact on its relationship with Sri Lanka. In fact, Sri Lanka approached India long before the voting and appealed to vote against the proposal. India did not respond to Sri Lanka at that time.Subramanian Swamy satirises the government’s decisionBJP leader Subramanian Swamy has denied the Indian government’s decision to abstain from voting. Swamy said on social media that the Modi government should write one of the best-selling books in the world. Its name will be, ‘How to pursue enemies by losing your friends’.Actually, American author Dale Cornezi has a book called How to Win Friends and Influence the People. Swamy said that the Modi government’s book would be the answer. He said that we have lost Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka and are promoting China-Pakistan.Elections in Tamil Nadu also become a factor in the vote of the governmentIn Sri Lanka, on the issue of human rights, the Government of India will take the middle path, these speculations were started long back. The issue of Sri Lankan Tamils ​​is very important to the people of South India and the assembly elections in Tamil Nadu are very close. The bill passed in the UNHRC included the human rights issue of Sri Lankan Tamils. The Sri Lankan government was appealing to vote against the proposal, but the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) was demanding a vote in its favor. TNA itself is representing Sri Lankan Tamils.
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