UN commented on Delhi violence, Indian Foreign Ministry responded
UN commented on Delhi violence, Indian Foreign Ministry responded

The Indian Foreign Ministry has responded to the remarks made by the United Nations on the violence taking place in the country's capital Delhi. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs said in its reply that the comments made on certain sections of media and some individuals are factually incorrect and misleading. There seems to be an aim to politicize this issue. Also, have been advised not to make such irresponsible remarks.

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Regarding the matter, the ministry further said in its statement that law enforcement agencies are working to prevent violence and restore normalcy. Senior government representatives are involved in the process. PM appealed for peace and brotherhood. We will urge that no irresponsible comments be made at this time.

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The American Commission on International Religious Freedom Affairs (USCIRF) gave a statement on the Delhi violence on Wednesday. Expressing concern, he appealed to the Government of India to take action as soon as possible to ensure the safety of its citizens.

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