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India uneasy about Sri Lanka’s moves


In the 51st session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, India’s permanent representative in Geneva, Indra Mani Pandey, expressed his concern about the Sri Lankan government’s lack of commitment to the political problem of the Tamil people.
Pandey has emphasized in his statement that India always believes in the responsibility of states to maintain a meaningful global dialogue by promoting and protecting human rights, as indicated in the United Nations Charter.
He also said that the Government of Sri Lanka had not shown significant progress in providing a political solution to the ethnic problem by fully implementing the 13th Constitutional Amendment and devolving power to the Provincial Councils.
India, which voted in favour of Sri Lanka three times, abstained from voting on two occasions in the polls related to the resolutions submitted to the Geneva Human Rights Council regarding the human rights situation in Sri Lanka.


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