Hope Afghanistan doesn’t allow terrorist groups to use its territory: India at UNHRC

Geneva (Switzerland), Aug 24 (ANI): India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Indra Mani Pandey on August 24 raising concern over the emerging situation in war-torn Afghanistan said that hopefully the Afghanistan territory is not allowed to be used by terrorist groups such as LeT and JeM. Addressing United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) session on Afghanistan, Indira Mani Pandey said, “We hope the situation in Afghanistan does not pose a challenge to its neighbours and its territory is not used by terrorist groups such as LeT and JeM to threaten any other country.” “We, as international community, must ensure full support to people of Afghanistan in their desire for peace, stability and security in the country and to enable all Afghans, including women, children and minorities, to live in peace and dignity. A broad based representation would help the arrangement gain more acceptability and legitimacy,” he added.

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